Two teenage girls who had allegedly run away from home last week were reunited with their families on Sunday, San Ramon police said.
"Both girls are in good health," police said.
They said a "community member' helped locate Marybel "Ruby" Gonzalez, 16, and Aaminah "Mina" Khan, 14, who had been reported missing by their families on Wednesday.
In an update to their investigation, officials said the two teens, 16-year-old Marybel "Ruby" Gonzalez and 14-year-old Aaminah "Mina" Khan, are still missing. They said they believe both remain in good health based on recent sightings, and communication with other local youth via social media.
Ruby and Mina were first reported missing on March 16.
MANCHESTER, Vt. (NEWS10) — The Manchester Police Department announced Sunday that they are searching for two missing/runaway children. Kathryn Morris and Makayla Barry were last seen around 10 p.m. on March 19, leaving Clear Water Drive in Manchester.
Kathryn Morris is 16-years-old, around five feet seven inches tall, and weighs about 150 pounds. She has green eyes and blonde hair and has a fair complexion. Kathryn was last seen wearing a green sweatshirt, black pants, and pink sneakers.
Makayla Barry is 14-years-old and just shorter than Kathryn at five-foot-six. She weighs around 120 pounds, has blue eyes and black hair, and has a fair complexion. Makayla was last seen wearing a white and grey plaid shirt and black pants.