SALEM, N.H. - Colorado State Patrol said the three boys and one girl taken by their father, Matthew Giovanditto were found safe in Colorado Springs Saturday night.
A Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer found the 2015 white, Chevrolet Traverse pulling a camper at a Shell gas station at S. Academy and Highway 115.
After approaching the car, Giovanditto and the four kids were found inside.
No charges were pending from New Hampshire, so Giovanditto was released.
The kids were taken from Giovanditto's custody and given to a relative in the Colorado Springs area Saturday night.
Three boys ages 9, 8, and 5 along with a 3-year-old girl were reported missing by their mother in Salem, N.H. on September 11.
The mother says her ex-husband, Matthew Giovanditto, 30, possibly drove them to Colorado and is refusing to bring them home.
According to the Salem Police Department, the mother has full custodial rights granted to her by a New Hampshire court and had made an agreement with Giovanditto to take them for a short time while she got situated.
Giovanditto is believed to be driving a 2015 white, Chevrolet Traverse with a New Hampshire Disabled Veteran plate 2559.
He should also be hauling a white, 2000 Jayco Eagle pop-up camper with New Hampshire registration T400759.
Authorities are asking the public to keep an eye out on campgrounds and parking lots in the Colorado Springs/Denver area.
Anyone with info should contact Detective Mike Geha of the Salem Police Department at (603) 890-2321.