McKINNEY — Highway message signs, electronic billboards and text messages all relayed an urgent Amber Alert across North Texas Sunday for two McKinney children who are believed to have been taken by their non-custodial father.
McKinney police issued the alert Saturday night for 14-year-old Camren Anthony Guresh and his 10-year-old sister Kaitlyn Amber.
A McKinney police spokesman said Sunday that there was nothing new to report and that the search continues.
Their mother, Michele Bisconti, told News 8 she last Camren and Kaitlyn around 10:45 Friday night when they went to bed at her home in the 3500 block of Copper Ridge Drive in McKinney. She discovered they were missing at 9:30 Saturday morning; the window to Camren's room was open.
Police believe the children are with their father, 44-year-old Craig Allen Guresh. He was said to be driving a black Honda Accord sedan with Texas plates DL7J605.
"I fear for their life with their father," Bisconti said, adding that Craig Guresh took the children last September and went to Montana.
"They were gone for four months and recovered by police in Missoula, Montana on January 12," she said. "He had a handgun in his possession when he took them back in September."
The couple is in the midst of a lengthy divorce and custody battle. Bisconti said Guersch had been scheduled to appear in court this Thursday on charges related to the Montana incident.
"He told me once before that he would never be without his children, and he's been kept from them since January 12, and he's had no contact with them for four months," Bisconti said.
If you see Camren or Kaitlyn Guresh or Craig Guresh, contact McKinney police or call your local police agency.
"I just want my kids back again," Bisconti said.