Miracle when two missing sisters are found alive after a desperate three-day search
- The sisters from Adelaide, Daniella 7 and Indiana 5, found
- They disappeared on Saturday, last seen in the direction of Kidman Park
- The nearly four-day search ended on Tuesday.
Two sisters who had been missing for three days were found safe and sound.
Indiana, 5, and Daniella, 7, were found Tuesday afternoon after a desperate search.
South Australia Police did not release any further information, but thanked the public for their help.
The little sisters had last been seen around 11am on Saturday at their home in west Adelaide.
The girls were on a four-hour supervised visit with their mother on Saturday morning, but did not return.
They find safe and sound two sisters who had been missing for three days
Daniella and the Indian’s stepmother, who is raising the girls, has not been able to eat or sleep since they disappeared on Saturday.
The girls were last seen at a house in Kidman Park in Adelaide’s western suburbs at 11am on Saturday, before going missing for nearly four days.
Their stepmother, Stephanie Mende, desperately called for help before they were found.
“This is the scariest thing any parent could go through,” Ms. Mende told 9News.
“This is the most worrisome and worrying state we’ve ever been in.”
The mother-of-five had made multiple pleas on social media for help finding the two girls.
‘Can you all help us find our babies?’ she said.
“If anyone knows where they are or where they might be, please contact (the police).”