Both young ladies have been located

Have you seen these two young ladies?

YPD is looking for these two juvenile runaways. Krissy Kroeger (11) and Makayla Parsons (13) left a residence sometime after 10 pm last night have not been located. Krissy was last seen wearing a black Poetic Justice T Shirt and black shorts. Makayla was last seen wearing a white long sleeve shirt and high waisted blue jeans.
If you know where they are or have seen them, please call 911 so together we can return them to their families.
 If you are a friend of theirs and know where they have headed the best thing you can do is notify authorities. Whatever is going on at home, being on the road with older people that are not your family could turn into a situation you don't know how to get out of.
Also if you don't feel comfortable at home you can head to another relative's house or a family friend to stay safe and then start the process of figuring out what can be done to make you more comfortable, more heard. I know the feeling of wanting to be free and do what you want but honestly, there is a lot of adult stuff that comes with paying bills and keeping a roof over your head. There's no need for you to start that process too early and communicating what's happening can help start the road to a life you are happier with! You've got this ladies, please come home.

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