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Family Of 4 Missing For More Than A Week

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KENAI, Alaska (AP) - Authorities say a Kenai family of four with two children has been missing for more than a week, and there aren't indications of where they have gone.
    
The Peninsula Clarion reports (http://bit.ly/1kaLyM9) that 37-year-old Brandon Jividen, his girlfriend 22-year-old Rebecca Adams and Adams' two daughters were last seen a week ago.
    
Relatives of Adams say the family left behind both of their cars, all of their camping and outdoor gear and the car seats for Adams' daughters. The family's dog is also missing,
    
Adams' sister, Lanell Adams, says she got a distressing call from her around Memorial Day weekend, but would not say what was troubling her.
    
Relatives say Jividen and Adams' cell phones are turned off.
    
Adams' daughters are 5 and 2 years old.

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