YOUNGTOWN, AZ - Maricopa County authorities say two young sisters who apparently ran away from their foster home in Youngtown were located in safe condition Saturday night.
County Sheriff's officials say 9-year-old Bella Darrin and 11-year-old Esperanza Darrin were last seen walking near the Loop 101 freeway around 8 a.m. Wednesday.
They say the sisters attend Country Meadows Elementary School and hadn't shown up for school since Wednesday.
Authorities believed the girls may have headed toward an area of Glendale where they previously lived.
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