After almost three days of searching, two missing teens from Lauderdale County have been located.
The sisters were thought to have left home sometime late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.
They are said to have taken their mother's car. The vehicle was located Tuesday morning, parked along Centerhill-Martin Road in Collinsvile.
Just after 1 p.m., the two girls were discovered at a friend's house.
Investigators say both are in good condition and are now back with their parents.
"We're finishing up our investigation at this time. I don't believe there are going to be any charges filed against the young ladies," said Chief Deputy Ward Calhoun. "Certainly I hope their parents will discuss this matter with them and they'll understand the ramifications of making a decision to leave like that."
At this time it is unknown whether or not any charges will be filed against anyone else in connection with the case.
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