Missing girls sleepover: The public's help is needed to help find two girls who went missing Saturday night. Both girls are ages 12 and 14 -- and went missing at a sleepover in Riverside, Calif.. Associated Press via Yahoo! News reports Jan. 27 that detectives are trying to find out if the girls ran away or are victims of foul play.
"We're keeping all options open," police Lt. Christian Dinco said.
Raylynn Bolt, 12, and Diana Tourdot, 14, were last seen around midnight. Raylynn was sleeping over at Diana's house. Her mother fell asleep around 10:30 or 11 p.m. and remembered hearing something around midnight. When she woke up at 6:30 a.m., the girls were gone.
Raylynn is described as being 5'7" and 120 pounds with "dirty blond hair and blue eyes." Diana 5'6" and 120 pounds with "dark brown, shoulder-length hair and brown eyes."
Raylynn's father -- Donald Bolt -- said the family gets along well and enjoys everyday activities.
"This is the last thing a parent wants, is your kids to go missing," Bolt said.
He believes that trouble followed in this missing girls sleepover incident.
"Unfortunately I think these two girls just got into a little bit of trouble," Bolt speculated.
Bolt is hoping his daughter and Diana will return if they, in fact, did leave on their own. He let them know that they will not be punished if they just come back.
"You guys can come home," he said. "You guys are OK. I mean, you know, if you guys maybe ran away or something or went to some guy's house, everything's fine. We've all done it. We've all been 12, 13, 14."
The missing girls sleepover case is an unsettling and disturbing one. It is every parent's worst nightmare to learn that their children have gone missing.