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Seaside sisters reported missing return home: NYPD

Kendra and Marquia Salaman. Photo courtesy NYPD
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SEASIDE — Police said two sisters reported missing in Seaside returned to their family after staying over night at a friend’s house without permission, according to the NYPD.

The Police Department said Kendra Salaman, 12. and Marquia Salaman, 10, came home healthy on Sunday.

The sisters stayed overnight at the home of a friend from school Saturday, according to the NYPD. Police said the father of their friend thought the girls had received permission for the visit from their parents, but they had not.

When he awoke Sunday and nobody came to pick up the sisters, the father called 911, the NYPD said.

Police then brought Kendra and Marquia to their home on Beach 102nd Street.

The NYPD had requested help locating the girls and released their photos after their parents reported them missing Saturday.

Updated 10:22 am, July 22, 2014
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