Thanks for posting in! How did you create those custom post type? Did you use a 3rd party plugin or added a custom code for the custom post type. If you are using a child theme, you will need to change the parent template name in your child theme so that it will recognize Pro theme as the parent theme. For example, the contents of your child theme's style.css must have something like this:
Theme Name: Pro – Child Theme
Theme URI: http://theme.co/xpro/
Author URI: http://theme.co/
Description: Make all of your modifications to X Pro in this child theme.
The most important part is the
Template: pro because it tells the child theme which is the parent theme.
Hope this helps.