• Missing Quincy teenage sisters found safe

    By: Manoella Macedo

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    QUINCY, Mass. - Quincy Police announced on Friday morning they have found two sisters who had been missing since Tuesday.

    On Wednesday, police said Jacqueline and Tiffany Evano were believed to be with their mother, Paris Wanko-Evano, who does not have custody of the girls.

    Paris Evano, the children's mother, who is believed to have been with them since they went missing.
    Paris Evano, the children's mother, who is believed to have been with them since they went missing.

    It is unclear if the girls were found with Wanko-Evano.

    Jacqueline, 13, is described as white, approximately 5'02" tall, weighing around 110 lbs with blue eyes and long brunette hair. She was last seen wearing a long-sleeved button-down shirt with jeans and white Nike sneakers.

    Tiffany, 14, is also described as white, standing 5'00" tall and weighing about 95 lbs. She has blue eyes, shoulder-length brown hair with blond highlights and a distinct scar under her chin. She was last seen wearing a black tank top, black leggings and black Adidas sneakers. She was also wearing a Gucci bracelet, a Cartier bracelet and a rubber Pokemon bracelet.

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