Timeline of Round Rock girls' disappearance and their mother's death

  • Timeline of Round Rock girls' disappearance and their mother's death

Timeline of Round Rock girls' disappearance and their mother's death

Authorities said they believed Terry Allen Milles, 44, was a person of interest in the woman's death and the girls' potential abduction, according to USA Today.

The girls' mother, Tonya Bates, was found deceased in her home New Year's Eve after authorities went there in response to a welfare check.

Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017, at noon: Last time the girls, Luluvioletta Mariposo Bandera-Margret, 7, and Lilianais Victoria Cake Griffith, 14, were seen in Round Rock. Miles was last seen in Round Rock on Saturday and may be heading to Louisiana, police said. She has a right nose stud and braces. Reid added, "I mean at least find the kids safe, hopefully he drops them off somewhere".

Miles has been sighted in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. Miles was previously arrested in Louisiana for second degree murder after beating his girlfriend and strangling her "to the point of unconsciousness", KPLC-TV reported.

Miles was a roommate at the home, and police said they knew of no other relationship between him and the girls' mother.

Miles is 6-foot-2 and weighs 200 pounds.

Police asked the public to be on the lookout for a gray 2017 Hyundai Accent with Texas license plates JGH9845. Luluvioletta is describe as 4-foot-5 and 75 pounds, with brown curly hair that is blonde on top. 0 in., 100 lbs. with light brown hair and brown eyes. There is a white sticker on the upper right hand corner of the rear window. He has hazel eyes, a beard, and wears glasses.

If you have any information regarding their whereabouts, call Round Rock police at 512-218-5516. Bates says on that page that she is a nurse at St. David's Round Rock Medical Center.

Law enforcement officials believe these children to be in grave or immediate danger.

A neighbor said there were red flags, and that police were called to the home before.