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Missing girls sleepover found: Scant details out, but foul play ruled out

Two missing girls from a sleepover were found after they vanished Saturday night. Authorities found Raylynn Bolt, 12, and Diana Tourdot, 14, in San Bernardino Monday night. They were about 15 miles from away from where they went missing Saturday niight -- about 15 miles from Diana's home in Riverside, Calif. CS Monitor reports Jan. 28 that the girls were unharmed.

Lt. Dario Robinson of the San Bernardino Police Department said the missing girls sleepover case ended well when they were found, but their disappearance remains a mystery. Officers found one girl at a park another at a nearby street talking with someone as she waited.

"We came across one, and talking to her and piecing it together, she led us to the other one," Robinson said.

It is unclear what the girls were up to, where they were staying, and why they were gone in the first place. Foul play has been ruled out, however. It seems at this point Raylynn and Diana ran away. Nothing has been confirmed on that. Both girls were interviewed by Riverside detectives before they went back home to their parents. The department will also handle any medical exams they will receive as well.

It is good news that the missing girls from the sleepover were found. Hopefully detectives will learn more about why they disappeared and stayed away for two days.

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