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Another Two Bronx Girls Missing

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Sahara Boyd, 11

The NYPD is asking for the public's assistance locating two missing Bronx girls, in unrelated cases: Jackie Whitehead, 17, and Sahara Boyd, 11.

Sahara, 11, of 560 Balcom Avenue, Bronx, NY, was last seen leaving her residence on Tuesday, September 14, at 7:45 a.m., wearing a white shirt, blue pants, and gray sneakers. She is Hispanic, 5'3", 130 lbs, and has brown eyes and short brown hair.

Jackie, 17, of 420 Howe Avenue, Bronx, NY, was last seen leaving her residence on Monday, September 13, at 4:30 p.m., wearing a black leather jacket and blue jeans. She is black with a light complexion, 4'11", 91 lbs., and has brown eyes and black hair.

Anyone with information as to either girl's whereabouts is asked to call NYPD Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). All calls are confidential.

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