Missing Mom and Toddlers Who Were Possibly 'Coerced' to Religious Facility in Mexico Are Found Safe

Martha Unger and her daughters Madilynn and Haylie were found safe days after they were last seen

<p>Kansas Bureau of Investigation/Facebook</p> Martha Unger (left), and her daughters Madilynn Grace Unger and Haylie Faith Unger

Kansas Bureau of Investigation/Facebook

Martha Unger (left), and her daughters Madilynn Grace Unger and Haylie Faith Unger

A missing Kansas woman and her two toddlers have been found safe, authorities say, though law enforcement did not provide details about where they were found.

Martha Unger and her daughters, 2-year-old Madilynn Grace Unger and 1-year-old Haylie Faith Unger, were reported missing from their home in rural Haskell County, Kan., on Friday, June 28, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation previously said.

During the initial stages of the missing persons investigation, the KBI said they believed Martha and her daughters had possibly “been coerced to travel to Mexico to a religious rehabilitation facility.”

On Monday, the Haskell County Sheriff’s Office said they had located Martha and “verified her safety and the safety of her daughters,” per an updated statement by the KBI.

Related: Mom, 23, Who Disappeared with 2 Kids May Have Been 'Coerced to Travel' to Religious Facility in Mexico: Police

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Authorities previously alleged a couple in their 50s had been with Martha and her children at the time of their disappearance, but did not provide any further information about them in Monday's update.

The KBI said the "endangered persons advisory" for Martha and her children was canceled, but it wasn't immediately clear if an investigation is still ongoing.

PEOPLE has reached out to the KBI and the Haskell County Sheriff's Office for further information.

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