Missing sisters from Maryland, 11 and 16, found

Found: Montgomery County police announced Friday that the missing sisters of Maryland Kandyce Matos, 11 (left), and her 16-year-old sister, Karmen (right), were safely and undamaged & # 39;

Two young girls from Maryland who mysteriously disappeared from their home earlier this week have been found.

Sisters Kandyce, 11, and Karmen Matos, 16, were last seen Saturday night at their family home in Silver Spring, but disappeared the next morning.

Five days later, Montgomery County police announced around 8:30 am Friday that the girls were "safe and undamaged."

Found: Montgomery County police announced Friday that the missing sisters of Maryland Kandyce Matos, 11 (left), and her 16-year-old sister, Karmen (right), were safely and undamaged & # 39;

Found: Montgomery County police announced Friday that the missing sisters of Maryland Kandyce Matos, 11 (left), and her 16-year-old sister, Karmen (right), were safely and undamaged & # 39;

The girls disappeared from their family home in Silver Springs, up on Saturday night

The girls disappeared from their family home in Silver Springs, up on Saturday night

The girls disappeared from their family home in Silver Springs, up on Saturday night

The disappearance of the girls initiated a frantic search of the couple who left everything behind, including their glasses.

Karmen also mysteriously deleted his Instagram account before disappearing.

They were last seen by their parents at 11 pm on Saturday. When the parents entered their room at 11 in the morning to see how they were the next morning, they were gone.

The police believed that Kandyce and Karmen were together, disappeared and apparently found them together.

It is said that Kandyce is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 137 pounds

It is said that Kandyce is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 137 pounds

Karmen is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds

Karmen is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds

The girls, Kandyce left and Karmen on the right, disappeared on Saturday afternoon around 11 p.m., leaving everything behind, even his glasses. When their parents registered with them the next morning, they had left

His father Ramón Matos said: "They left with nothing, they have no money, no clothes, nothing".

His father Ramón Matos said: "They left with nothing, they have no money, no clothes, nothing".

His father Ramón Matos said: "They left with nothing, they have no money, no clothes, nothing".

"They left with nothing," Ramon Matos, the girls' father, told NBC Washington: "They have nothing with them." They have no money, no clothes, nothing.

Police have not disclosed details of how or where the girls were found and announced they found them in a press release.

They previously noted that the sisters frequent the Westfield Wheaton Mall located at 11160 Veirs Mill Road in the Bel Pre area of ​​Montgomery County.

Dailymail.com contacted the police to obtain details about the disappearance of the sisters.

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