UPDATE: Both Milwaukee girls reported missing FOUND

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by John Cuoco

MILWAUKEE - The family of 13-year-old Sanaria Norwood has confirmed she has been found at Walker Square Park on Milwaukee's near south side.

Earlier today, Sanaria's mother Mae Ingram got a call that her daughter may have been seen at the intersection of Lincoln and 11th. She rushed over with the help of family and friends to 6th and National Ave.

The group frantically ran up and down National Ave. looking for their missing loved one, and asking residents for help as they handed out fliers. Mae said, "I'm hoping we're closing in on her... she needs to come home," she said.

Police were also helping in the search, but after an hour or so mom admits it may just be a case of her daughter now not knowing what to do. Mae says, "It's probably a case of a runaway afraid to come home." One police officer said the 13 year old was seen eluding them by going through backyards.

The group eventually found Sanaria at Walker Square Park near the intersection of 10th and Mineral. 

Sanaria and 11-year-old Kiara Miller, who was found Sunday night, both ran away Saturday. They told Kiara's mother they were going to Washington Park on July 29th. We're told the girls were told to be back by 8:00 p.m., and never returned. 




 

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