Missing Amish Girls Found Alive and Unharmed
This such amazingly fantastic news- the two Amish girls who were abducted Wednesday night have been found safe.
The girls disappeared Wednesday evening after they went to their family's roadside vegetable stand in the town of Oswegatchie to wait on a customer. The customer was in a white, four-door sedan. A passenger in the car was seen throwing something into the backseat and when the car took off, the girls were missing.
According to ABC News, on Thursday evening, 12-year-old Fannie Miller and 6-year-old Delila Miller were dropped off 36 miles away from where they were abducted. The girls had the sense to walk to the nearest home for help where the man who opened the door immediately knew who the girls were because of news reports.
ABC News reports the girls were cold and wet, but unharmed. Police continue to investigate.