More than 24 hours after they went missing, two missing sisters were found safe miles from where they were last seen.
The foster mother of 9-year-old Asia Wyatt and 12-year-old Deshanae Wyatt told police she last saw the girls around 8:10 a.m. at 4th and Porter Streets outside of the Taggert School in South Philly.
The girls were found Thursday morning at 10th and Market Streets in Philadelphia. They appeared to be in good condition, according to police.
It wasn't clear where the girls were or how they found up miles from where they went missing.
Asia Wyatt is described as a girl with a medium complexion, standing 5-feet tall and weighing 90 pounds with brown eyes and black, long curly hair. She was last seen wearing a red and white Polo shirt, a purple and black coat, light blue jeans and black boots with fur. Police also say Asia suffers from asthma.
Deshanae Wyatt is described as a girl with a medium complexion, standing 5-foot-7-inches tall and weighing 130 pounds with brown eyes and long, black hair styled in a bun on the top. She was last seen wearing a gray hoodie, dark blue jeans and black converse sneakers.
As of early Thursday morning police said the girls were still missing but then around 10:45 a.m. police announced the girls were safe and sound.