The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Missing Persons Detail is asking for the public’s help in finding two missing Las Vegas sisters.
Police said Hennessy Love, 11 and Zamia Wilson, 10, were last seen near Paradise Road and Twain Avenue at around 3 am on Thursday, the Las Vegas Sun reported.
The family told KSNV that the pair packed several belongings but provided no indication as to where they were going. The LVMPD is allegedly investigating this as a runaway case.
The girls’ mother, Monique Scroggins, also mentioned that Love may have a disability.
“My 11-year-old, she has a little problem, you know, she got hit a while back by a car, so she can’t even make decisions right. And the 10-year-old, she’s just 10, so, please, please, please, I just want to find my babies. I just want them,” Scroggins told the station.
Love (pictured left) is described as a multiracial female, 120-pounds, 5-foot 4-inches, and was wearing a purple tank top and purple leggings at the time of her disappearance. Wilson (pictured right) is a multiracial female, 100 pounds, 5-foot 2-inches, and was wearing a red and purple pajama shirt and unknown colored pants, according to police.
Anyone with information about the sisters’ whereabouts is urged to call LVMPD Missing Persons Detail ASAP at 702-828-3111 or 702-828-2907.
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