The Kenai Police Department is looking for a family of four last seen about a week ago at their local apartment.

According to a “be on the lookout” poster being distributed Friday by the department, the four missing people include Brandon L. Jividen, 37, Rebecca “Becca” C. Adams, 22, and her two children, Michelle Hundley, 5, and Jaracca Hundley, 3.

KPD Lt. David Ross had few additional details to offer on the case or its circumstances Friday.

“The landlord and family were concerned about not seeing them,” Ross said. “There’s no information to say that there’s foul play.”

Unofficial missing posters distributed by the Facebook group Seeking Alaska’s Missing say the family has not been seen since May 27, with two automobiles -- Adams’ truck and Jividen’s vehicle -- and personal belongings still at their apartment.

“No one has seen them, and it is out of character for (Adams) to be out of contact,” a poster for the children reads.

Anyone who sees the family is asked to call KPD at 907-283-7879, in reference to case number 1406-0097.

Editor's note: An initial version of this story listed Brandon Jividen's age as 48, not 38 as provided by Kenai police.

Channel 2’s Austin Baird contributed information to this story.