A missing family of four who had not been heard from or seen in a month has been found.
The family, which includes parents 42-year-old Andres Bravo and Jennifer Cubillos, 32, and children Samantha Bravo, 11, Christopher Bravo, 14, had not been heard from or seen since late June or early July, the Naugatuck Police Department said last week.
On Monday, the police department said the family had been found and they were safe and unharmed. They did not offer further information.
A Silver Alert was issued for the children, and the parents were listed as missing with the were listed as missing through the National Crime Information Center, after police received a report on Wednesday from the Naugatuck school system that Samantha and Christopher had not reported for school and were last seen at the end of last school year, said the Naugatuck Police.
School officials went to the children's last known address in Naugatuck and found the home empty, police said.
They also called both parent's phones and found they were both out of service, they added.
Naugatuck police began an investigation and determined that the home had been sold and vacated in late summer and that the parents told family members at that time that they were planning to move to Florida.
Police said last time anyone had physical contact with the parents was in late June/early July at a local bank. Family members told police that they had received text messages from the parents until about Aug. 11 and that the last messages they received indicated that they needed money for car insurance and were planning to return to Connecticut.
Police did not reveal where they found the family.
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