Clayton County, Georgia, police are asking the public for help in finding two little girls that vanished from their own beds overnight.
Adormi Harris, 11, and Imani Turner, 3, were in their beds sleeping on Thursday night at 11 p.m., the last time their mother saw them, in the family home off of Sterling Ridge Drive in Riverdale. The mom woke up around midnight, went to check on the girls, and they were nowhere to be found.
Search for missing girls includes officers/deputies, K-9 unit, helicopter. We're live from the scene in Clayton Co at 6am @FOX5Atlanta pic.twitter.com/IWFrSjHlo5
— Marissa Mitchell (@MarissaMFOX5) March 17, 2017
The children’s mother told detectives that a purse, two cellphones, a tablet, and her car keys were missing. The children’s caregiver said that a “stop stick” used to keep a door secure in the home was removed and thrown to the side.
Adormi is black, stands four-feet-nine inches tall, weighs around 100 pounds, and has brown eyes and black hair. Her mother said the little girl has PTSD, insomnia, and anxiety. Imani is black, stands two-feet-six inches tall, weighs around 30 pounds, and has brown eyes and black hair. No shoes were missing from the home; police stated that the girls likely left with no shoes on.
Clayton Police going door to door in search for missing girls #AtlantaAlive pic.twitter.com/gOvYldEeyP
— Jennifer Bellamy (@JBellamyTV) March 17, 2017
Police started a massive door to door search early this morning for the girls, but so far, have not found them or any shared clues.
Anyone with any information on their whereabouts should call 911 immediately.
[Feature Photo: Family Handout]