The Carroll County Sheriff's Office continues to follow up and look into information relating to three missing children, taken from their grandmother's home in rural Carroll County Tuesday morning. Their biological mother Leah M. Banks, 33, last known address in Washington State, allegedly left the grandmother's residence with the three children. The three girls and their descriptors (photo attached) are as follows: Georgia Banks, age 8 black/female, 4"8' height, 80 pounds, black hair and brown eyes; Amariah Banks, age 6, black/female, 4'2" height, 60 pounds, black hair and brown eyes; and Aujhanay Udhus, age 12, white/female, 4'11" height 129 pounds, brown hair, and hazel eyes. The mother and father (Kevin M Banks, 42, last known address in Washington State) had their parental custody of the girls removed through a court in King County, Washington. The girls' biological mother was staying with her own mother in Carroll County for the holidays when Ms. Banks gathered the children and left the residence in Carroll County. In talking with Carroll County family members, Carroll County Sheriff's investigators were provided information which lead them to believe the children were not in imminent danger. The Sheriff's Office provided information to the Indiana Missing Children's Clearinghouse Center and were informed the situation did not warrant an Amber Alert, since the children were not believed to be in danger. It is believed the two adults and three children are traveling, possibly to the state of Arkansas, in a dark blue Buick Terraza van with Arkansas license plate of 345VTN. The children and vehicle description are listed in the nationwide Missing Persons file of the National Crime Information Center(NCIC). Investigators continue to follow up with prosecutors to determine any criminal violations to pursue. Anyone who sees these children or this vehicle is asked to contact local enforcement.