MISSING! 2 little girls vanish while taking out trash, police ask for public’s help

Police in Michigan are asking for the public’s help in locating two girls who reportedly vanished from a Detroit home Monday afternoon while taking out the trash.

WDIV reported that Envi McClin, 12, and Montashia Brown, 9, went missing at 3:15 p.m. and were last seen near their home on the 4300 block of Chrysler. Detroit police said they haven’t gone missing in the past.

Now, police are saying that they suspect the girls are with their maternal grandmother, Wendy Harris, 53, who they say vanished around the same time Monday. They believe the trio are in the Flint or Detroit area, according to the news station.

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McClin is described as being 4-feet-11 inches tall, weighing 93 pounds, and having brown eyes and black hair which she wears in a single ponytail. She was last seen wearing a dark blue shirt, pink jacket, blue jeans, white hairband, and pink sneakers.

Brown is described as being 4-feet- 8 inches tall, weighing 95 pounds, and having brown eyes and black hair which she wears in a bun. She was last seen wearing a black and white Mickey Mouse shirt, red headband, black stretch pants, and black and white Jordan sneakers.

This is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information regarding Envi McClin, Montashia Brown or Wendy Harris’ whereabouts hould call the Detroit Police Department’s Third Precinct at 313-596-1340.

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[Featured Image: Envi McClin, Montashia Brown, and Wendy Harris/Detroit Police Department]