Sisters, 8 and 10, missing from Uptown found

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Tamrell D. Ashley / photo from Chicago Police

Police have located a pair of sisters who went missing from the Uptown neighborhood Wednesday evening.

Tamrell D. Ashley, 10, and 8-year-old La’rell N. Ashley were missing from the area near Lawrence and Kenmore, according to a missing persons alert issued Thursday from Chicago Police.

The two had been located as of Thursday afternoon, but more details were not provided.

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La’rell N. Ashley / photo from Chicago Police

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