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Malden family still missing, still no leads

Ashli and Madison Rauscher          Photo Courtesy KFVS 12 Ashli and Madison Rauscher Photo Courtesy KFVS 12
Madison Rauscher           Photo Courtesy KFVS 12 Madison Rauscher Photo Courtesy KFVS 12
Chris Rauscher      Photo Courtesy KFVS 12 Chris Rauscher Photo Courtesy KFVS 12

MALDEN, MO (KAIT) – The Malden family who disappeared on July 14 is still missing. Authorities aren't any closer to finding them, and two have been listed as missing persons.

According to Dexter Police only a few leads have trickled in since Chris, Ashli and 6-year-old Madison Rauscher's disappearance. Ashli and Maddie have officially been listed as missing persons.

Members of their extended family are creating fliers and trying to get them spread throughout the area in hopes they will find new information.

The Rauschers are believed to be in a stolen car that Chris allegedly took from the dealership where he worked in Dexter.

According to Dexter Police, a warrant is out for Chris's arrest, and both he and his wife are facing some serious trouble with the law if and when they're caught. The main concern right now is the safety of 6-year-old Madison.

The family was last reportedly spotted at Wal-Mart in Blytheville, AR. So far, the video has not been released to police.

If you have any information on where the family might be, contact Dexter Police at (573) 624-5512 or your local authorities.

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