The brief search for a missing mother in Texas and her two daughters ended tragically after just one day, with all three of their bodies being discovered inside a car parked outside a furniture store.
People with the police confirm Natalie Chambers, 31, and her daughters, 4-year-old Isabel and 2-year-old Elise, were last seen around 8 am, leaving their home in Forne.
According to investigators, the mother and girls were heading to a date playing in Grapevine more than 40 miles away.
Their relatives stated that they had been lost.
The officers began searching for parts of Kaufman County, looking for any sign of the missing mother and her two daughters.
According to the police, Chambers’ car was found, in a parking lot outside of unique furniture, along I-635 in Dallas.
Dallas is halfway between Forney and Grapevine.
At this point, the police do not say how the three died.
According to local reports, the police will not confirm whether there are any clear signs of damage to their bodies.
Investigators tracked down Chambers by testing her cell phone connection.
Chambers’ sister, Jessica Purcell, released a statement to KTVT.
“Natalie was funny and attractive and she never met a stranger,” she says. “She loved her girls furiously and was an inspiring mother. I always used to tell her that I was happy that she did (maternity) first so that I could steal paternity advice from her. Isabel and Elise were very happy and very smart.
Isabel got her pity for her mother, and Elise got a sense of humor. It was beautiful and perfect. Our hearts are completely ripped. ”