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Missing Riverside girls found
Tuesday, January 28th, 2014
Issue 05, Volume 18.
Raylynn Bolt, 12, and Diana Tourdot, 14, will be interviewed Riverside police lieutenants, Riverside police Lt. Guy Toussaint said.
The circumstances that led to the girls' discovery in San Bernardino were not immediately available, Toussaint said.
The girls apparently left Diana's house around midnight Saturday when they were having a sleepover, Riverside police Sgt. David Amador said.
They were last spotted around 3 p.m. Sunday near the Riverside Plaza shopping center, Amador said.
Riverside police said they believed the pair dropped out of sight voluntarily and were not in any danger. The girls had also been seen in various locations in Riverside and Corona.
Investigators cast a wide net, relying on tips from family, friends and schoolmates to isolate where the girls may have been, Amador said.
Raylynn's father and other family members made an emotional plea earlier today for her to contact them and let them know she's OK.
Police: Foul play not suspected in teens' disappearance
RIVERSIDE - As the search continued for two Riverside girls reported missing over the weekend, police today said they believe the pair dropped out of sight voluntarily and are not in any danger.
"The girls are still missing, but at this point in the investigation, it is believed (they) ran away from home," Riverside police Sgt. David Amador said late today.
"The public has provided investigators what is believed to be credible information that the two girls were alone together," he said. "They were seen in various locations in Riverside and Corona."
According to Amador, 12-year-old Raylynn Bolt and 14-year-old Diana Tourdot were last spotted around 3 p.m. Sunday near the Riverside Plaza shopping center.
Amador said investigators have cast a wide net, relying on tips from family, friends and schoolmates to isolate where the pair may be now.
Raylynn and Diana apparently left the latter's house around midnight Sunday. Amador said the friends were having a sleepover.
Raylynn's father and other family members made an emotional plea earlier today for the girl to contact them and let them know she's OK.
The youth is 5-foot-7, weighs 120 pounds and has dirty blonde hair and blue eyes.
Diana is 5-foot-6, weighs 120 pounds and has dark brown shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. She also wears black-rimmed eyeglasses with a broken stem, Amador said.
No clothing description was available.
Anyone with information on the teenagers' whereabouts was asked to call Riverside police at (951) 787-7911.
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