Video shows ‘doomsday cult’ mom of missing kids making multiple trips to storage unit

The doomsday-obsessed mom of two missing Idaho kids visited a storage unit full of toys and other belongings nearly a dozen times in less than two months, a new report said.

Lori Vallow, 46, and a man believed to be her brother are seen on surveillance footage making 10 trips to the Rexburg, Idaho, storage space — both together and individually — between October and November, KTVB-TV in Boise reported Tuesday.

During one October visit, Vallow and the man presumed to be Alex Cox remove a heavy duffel bag and a car tire and load it into a waiting vehicle, the footage shows.

Vallow rented the 10-by-10 unit at Self Storage Plus on Oct. 1 — after her children, Tylee Ryan, 17, and Joshua Vallow, 7, disappeared in September — according to a contract reviewed by EastIdahoNews.com. She last visited the unit with the man on Nov. 24.

Idaho investigators served a search warrant of Vallow’s home on Nov. 27, three days after her last visit to the storage unit, and obtained a warrant to search Self Storage Plus.

Inside they found bicycles, sports equipment, a backpack with Joshua’s initials, photos of the missing children, and several other items.

The storage company then called the cops in January, after Vallow’s credit card was declined numerous times, EastIdahoNews.com reports. However, workers told the publication that officers have not returned since the end of November.

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