Published: Jun 27, 2014 1:05 PM EDT
Updated: Jun 27, 2014 4:49 PM EDT

LEE COUNTY, Fla.- An incident report released from the Department of Children and Families says investigators found the children, who went missing earlier this week, were living in disgusting conditions.

According to the report, an investigator entered the home on Wednesday and found clothes and food all over the dirty trailer, located in the Covered Wagon Mobile Home Park. The report goes on to say live roaches were seen crawling on the bed.

Covered Wagon Mobile Home Park owns the trailer that the family was living in, and told WINK News they spray the park for cockroaches and other pests about twice a month.

The children, 3-year-old Innocence Davis and 2-year-old Caspian Thomas, were both found alive and well Tuesday evening, after an extensive search by multiple agencies.

Their parents, 28-year-old Rachel Davis and 29-year-old Cole Thomas, are both facing charges of child neglect.

The children are now in foster care. Their aunt is hoping to gain custody.