Tyesir Moore and Mariah Moore

FOUND SAFE: Cousins, ages 12 and 7, disappear while walking to corner store [Police]


Two Pennsylvania children who disappeared while walking to a corner store have been found safe and are now back with family. No other updates are available at this time.

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Pennsylvania police are searching for two children who reportedly disappeared while walking him.

The Philadelphia Tribune reports that Tyesir Moore, 7, and Mariah Moore, 12, were last seen at around 3 p.m. on Tuesday while leaving their home off of 4400 block of North 19th Street in Nicetown. Police said the children were on their way to a corner store at the 4500 block of North 19th Street.

The children planned to go to Nicetown Park on the 4200 block of Germantown Avenue after going to the store. They never returned home. Police said both locations are within walking distance of their home.

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Tysesir stands 4-foot-4-inches tall and weighs around 68 pounds. He has a medium build and was last seen wearing black and red shorts, a black Polo shirt with blue and red stripes, and black and gray New Balance shoes.

Mariah stands 4-foot-7-inches tall and weighs around 70 pounds. She has a thin build and was last seen wearing blue shorts and a black headscarf. She has braided hair.

Anyone with information on the children’s whereabouts is urged to contact Northwest Detective Division at 215-686-3353 or dial 911.

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[Feature Photo: Tyesir and Mariah Moore/Police Handout]