Police believe missing teen girls may be with gang members

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MONETT, Mo. – Authorities are searching for two teen sisters who have been missing since May 24th.

According to Springfield News-Leaderpolice believe Olivia, 15, and Tori Bailey, 14, are with Southwest Honkey gang members.

At first the teens were considered runaways, but now new information has come to light that has suggested otherwise.

“We have since gotten information that they are involved with people who are allegedly involved in gang and drug activity,” Sgt. Jerry Harrison said Wednesday.

Officials say that pictures with gang signs posted to social media led them to believe they were involved with the gang.

Police believe the teens may be in southwest Missouri.

Anyone with information on the teens’ whereabouts is asked to call (417)235-4142.


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