Checkerboard Ranch is a red-checker-painted ranch in the rural Colorado town of Coeur d’Alene.
The Ranch was first reported missing by two boys in late July.
They have not been seen since.
Authorities are searching for a third boy and another woman missing in Coeur del Mar. Coeur d, which is about 75 miles northwest of Denver, is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
More than 1,500 people have been interviewed in the search for the missing ranch and hundreds of vehicles have been searched.
Investigators said that when the three boys were last seen, they walked about five miles from their residence in the town of Fort Collins, which lies within the Ranch’s perimeter.
A fourth boy was last seen in a small area in a neighboring county.
In addition to the boys, the ranch is home to another young boy, whose name was not released.
Authorities are seeking anyone with information on the whereabouts of the Ranch to call Coeur Del Mar Crime Stoppers at 720-981-7700.
To learn more about the Ranch and the search, visit the Coeur de l’Alenes Sheriff’s Department website here.
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