FOUND: Teen sisters missing from Garfield Park

Maribel Perez-Hernandez and her sister Carlissa Perez-Hernandez were last seen May 8.

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Maribel (left) and Carlissa (right) Perez-Hernandez

Chicago Police Department

Two sisters who went missing from Garfield Park on the West Side last week have been found.

Maribel Perez-Hernandez, 17, and her sister, 16-year-old Carlissa Perez-Hernandez were last seen about 7:40 p.m. May 8 and were missing from the 4600 block of West Huron Street, Chicago police said in a missing person alert.

Police canceled the alert Friday, stating both sisters had been located safely. Further details were not provided.

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