MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota BCA says two Wisconsin girls who went missing Tuesday and were believed to be in the Twin Cities metro area have been found safe.
According to the BCA, 13-year-old Makayla Hanson-Wall and 14-year-old Candus Jean Flodin left their foster care residence in St. Croix Falls to go to school Tuesday morning and never arrived. The girls were high risk for endangerment because of their age, authorities say.
Authorities believe they may have been traveling with an adult male in the Twin Cities metro area.
Hanson-Wall is described as 5-foot-4, 100 pounds with brown eyes and brown shoulder-length hair. Flodin is described as 5-foot-5 with brown eyes, and brown shoulder-length wavy hair.