UPDATE: The three missing sisters were found safe in Chicago around 4:45 PM. A 36-year-old Milwaukee man has been arrested in connection with their disappearance.
Charges for the man are pending.
The Milwaukee Police Department’s Sensitive Crimes Division is seeking the public’s help in finding three missing sisters. According to the Police, the girls were last seen at approximately 8 PM Wednesday near N 1st and E Locust Streets.
The girls are described as 12-year-old Ariel S. Hill, 5’3” tall, weighing 110 pounds. She has braids in her hair and was wearing a blue or purple bandana and green jacket. She has a birthmark on the left side of her face. Also missing are 10-year-old Anastasia A. Hill, 5’1” tall, weighing 96 pounds with braids in her hair and wearing a gray jacket and bluejeans, and 5-year old Amerie D. Hill, 4’7” tall, weighing 80 pounds with braids in her hair. She was wearing a blue jacket with the word “Justice” on the front, blue jeans, and black Jordan tennis shoes. She is also missing three front teeth and two on the bottom.
Anyone with information about the three missing girls is asked to call MPD’s sensitive Crimes Division at 414-935-7405.