Live streaming: -- http://ktla.com/on-air/live-streaming/ CHP in Standoff With Vehicle Sought in Amber Alert of 4 Missing Montebello Boys CHP officers in the San Diego area were surrounding a vehicle wanted in connection with an Amber alert issued over four missing Montebello children. Police had been desperately searching for the father and his four boys one day after a woman’s body turned up in the trunk of the family’s car. The grim discovery Wednesday evening prompted authorities to issue an Amber Alert for the four boys, who were reported missing earlier in the day along with their parents. Shortly before 9 a.m., El Cajon police officers located the vehicle matching the car’s vehicle and license plate and initiated a pursuit, which CHP eventually took over, authorities said. The boys have been identified by police as Jordan Perez, 11, Jaiden Perez, 9, Tristan Perez, 8, and Alex Perez, 6. All four boys and their parents, 43-year-old Daniel Perez and 39-year-old Erica Perez, hadn’t been seen since last Friday, according to a news release from the Montebello Police Department. Additionally, Daniel Perez hadn’t shown up to work earlier in the work, and neither parent was answering their phone, the release stated. Relatives who reported the couple and their children missing also told police the Perezes’ marriage was troubled, and the family had a history of domestic violence. During a search Wednesday, police received a tip regarding the whereabouts of a vehicle that belonged to the family, a news release stated. Investigators located the car — a 2010 Honda Accord — at Second Street and Harding Avenue, in an area not far from the family’s home. Around 5 p.m., officers opened the trunk and found the body of an adult female inside, police said in the release. Authorities still had not identified the woman’s body as of Thursday morning. The cause of death would be determined by medical examiners, according to Montebello police Capt. Luis Lopez. The father has been named a “person of interest” in the case, according to Lopez. Investigators believed he was traveling with his sons in a black 2014 Toyota Camry with a California license plate number of 7FDS891. During a news conference Wednesday night, frantic family members issued an emotional plea for Perez to return the boys. “Please Danny, bring the kids back, drop them off at a fire station somewhere,” said Pamela Valdez, the children’s aunt. “Don’t hurt them … please, they’re innocent … don’t do this.” Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Daniel Perez or his sons was asked to contact the Montebello Police Department at 323-887-1313.