MISSING: Two young sisters vanish from home without eyeglasses or belongings

Maryland police are searching for two sisters who disappeared from their home last weekend without any belongings, including their eyeglasses.

Karmen and Kandyce Matos, ages 16 and 11 respectively, were last seen by their parents at their home in Silver Spring on Saturday night, according to a Montgomery County Police Department news release. When their parents went to check on them the next morning at approximately 11 a.m., the girls were gone.

Detectives believe the sisters to be together, and while their father believes they ran away, he isn’t sure why they would’ve left without their eyeglasses, NBC Washington reports.

“They left with nothing,” Ramon Matos, the girls’ father told the station, “They’ve got nothing with them. They got no money, no clothes, nothing.”

The father also said Karmen may have deleted her Instagram account before apparently leaving the home.

Family of the sisters and authorities are concerned for their well-being, and said they’ve been known to frequent Wheaton Mall on Veirs Mill Road, Prince George’s County in Maryland. They’ve also frequented the Bel Pre area of Montgomery County in Washington D.C.

Karmen is described as being 5- feet-5-inches tall and weighing 160 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Kandyce is described as being 5-feet-4 inches tall and weighing 137 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of the girls are urged to call the Montgomery County Police Special Victims Investigation Division at 240-773-5400, or the police non-emergency number at 301-279-8000.

[Feature Photo: Kandyce and Karmen Matos, Montgomery County Police Department]