Missing person advisory issued out of Browning for 3 girls

Zoë Buchli

Three young Native American girls are missing out of Browning and are suspected to be with their father in a 2016 red Ford Explorer, according to an advisory sent out Tuesday afternoon.

The girls, ages 7, 6 and 7 months old, were taken by their father from Browning in a stolen car between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. on Tuesday, the advisory from the state Department of Justice stated. The girls’ names are Persuas, Jachlynn and Amber ManyBears-Ground. 

Jack Leonard ManyBears-Ground, their father, is suspected to be using drugs and in possession of a firearm. 

Possible destinations include Browning, Babb, Many Lakes or Cardston in Alberta, Canada, the alert said. The suspect Ford’s license plate number is J1874.  Authorities don’t have information on what the three children were wearing.

According to the alert, Jack ManyBears-Ground is 5 feet and 11 inches tall and 31 years old. He’s Native American and weighs approximately 250 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. 

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Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call 911 or get in touch with Blackfeet Law Enforcement at 406-338-4000. 

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