One sister found, second sister, cousin still missing (UPDATE)

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Shaniya Clark, 3, (left), and Shyrice Clark, 13, were reported missing Saturday after leaving their grandmother’s home in Logan.
Credit: Philadelphia Police Department

UPDATE: Police said Sunday afternoon Shaniya Clark, 3, was located and appeared to be in good condition.

Shaniya told investigators her sister Shyrice, who is still missing, dropped her off at Valley and Bridge streets.

Shaniya was taken to St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children for an evaluation.

Police are continuing to look for Shyrice Clark, 13, and her cousin Allisha Lewis, 15, who are still considered missing persons.

ORIGINAL STORY: Philadelphia police are looking for two juvenile sisters who were reported missing Saturday night after leaving their grandmother’s home in Logan.

Investigators said Shaniya Clark, 3, and her older sister Shyrice Clark, 13, are being considered “endangered missing persons.”

The sisters were last seen at 5:30 p.m. at 1400 W. Wyoming Avenue, where they left their grandmother’s house and took the SEPTA Route 75 bus to Margaret Street and Orthodox Avenue in Frankford, according to authorities.

Shaniya Clark is described as a 3-feet tall black female weighing about 35 pounds.

She was last seen wearing a purple short-sleeved shirt with flowers, blue jeans and white sneakers with light-up horses.

Shyrice Clark is described as a 5-foot-2-inch tall black female weighing about 170 pounds.

She was last seen wearing a lime green shirt and black tights.

Police said the two missing sisters may be in the company of Alicia Lewis, 15.

Lewis was reported missing Oct. 4 from the 400 block of Christian Street in South Philadelphia.

She is described as a 5-foot-6-inch tall black female of about 150 pounds with a medium build, brown eyes and black long, wavy hair.

Lewis was last seen wearing light blue shorts, a blue shirt and multicolored sandals with a white bandanna on her head.

Anyone with information on Lewis’ whereabouts is asked to call 911 or to contact the South Detectives Division at 215-686-3013.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the Clark sisters is asked to call 911 or to contact the Northeast Detectives Division at 215-686-3153 or 3154.

Those with information on either case can also submit an anonymous tip by dialing 215-686-TIPS (8477), texting PPD TIP (773847), emailing tips@phillypolice.com or by filling out this online form.



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