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Noncustodial mother may be taking missing MT to MN by train

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HELENA - Authorities believe a 28-year-old noncustodial mother has taken her infant daughter on an Amtrak train to Minnesota.

Police said they found the 2003 Pontiac drive by Edna Jones, who they believed may have been traveling to Billings, Great Falls or Glasgow. She has 9-month-old Aubryella Cordova with her. 

Anyone with information should call 911 or the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office at (4060 653-6240. 

This is an update to the Missing and Endangered Person advisory for Aubryella Cordova. It is believed that Edna Jones has taken Aubryella to Minnesota by Amtrak. The 2003 Pontiac has been found. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Aubryella Cordova or Edna Jones, please call the Roosevelt County Sheriff Office at 406 653-6240 or call 9 1 1. Thank you for your assistance.


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HELENA - The Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing Endangered Person Advisory for a 9-month-old Native American girl.

Aubryella Cordova is 2' tall, weighs 23 pounds, has brown eyes and black hair.

She is believed to be with her non-custodial mother Edna Jones, 28.

Jones is a Native American woman who is 5'8" tall and weighs 180 pounds. She has brown eyes, black hair.

Jones is possibly in a green 2003 Pontiac Bonneville with Montana license plate 20-2998B.

Authorities say Jones may be traveling to Billings, Great Falls or Glasgow.

The mother and child tested positive for drugs and the child in danger, according to the advisory.

Anyone with information about Jones or Cordova is asked to contact the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office at (406) 653-6240 

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