(MILWAUKEE) — Two Milwaukee girls who went missing on Saturday night were dropped off at a police station on Sunday afternoon.
The parents of the two sisters, aged 9 and 4-years-old, told police that the girls went missing shortly after they were put to bed on Saturday night. An Amber alert was never issued, but the FBI was there to assist in the search efforts, which included dozens of squads and K-9 units.
Even though the girls are now safe, several questions remain. There was no sign of a forced entry into their bedroom. Also, it isn’t clear who dropped them off at the police station miles away from their house.
Police said that they were not in their pajamas when they arrived at the police station, and it’s believed that they were in fact dressed for winter weather in coats. This seems to be at odds with the parent’s claims that they had been put to bed.
Police are still piecing the case together.
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