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Missing sisters Kamiah and Amira Perryman last seen in NW Houston

Kamiah Perryman, 11, and Amira Perryman, 10, had been last seen leaving an house complicated on Hollister Street close to Highway 290 at about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

HOUSTON — The Houston Police Department is asking the general public to be looking out for 2 younger sisters who have not been seen since Tuesday afternoon.

Kamiah Perryman, 11, and Amira Perryman, 10, had been last seen leaving an house complicated on Hollister Street near Highway 290 at about 6:30 p.m.

Amirah was carrying a crimson T-shirt and black denims when she was last seen and Kamiah was carrying a black hoodie and grey pants.

Amirah is described as being 4 ft tall and weighing about 70 kilos. She has brown eyes and black hair.

Kamiah is described as being about 4 ft, 4 inches tall and weighs about 70 kilos. She has brown eyes and brown hair.

These are the identical two women who went lacking in August however had been reunited with their relations the subsequent day.

RELATED: HPD: Missing Houston sisters discovered secure and reunited with household

Anyone who is aware of Kamiah or Amirah’s whereabouts is urged to name Houston police at 713-884-3131 or 832-394-1840.

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What to do when somebody goes lacking

Thousands of individuals go lacking each year throughout the United States, and there are organizations and regulation enforcement companies that work to carry them residence to family members.

The Texas Center for the Missing is an organization with Houston roots that works to educate loved ones and authorities on finding the lost. 

From resources that deal with missing children to endangered adults, the non-profit organization has compiled a wealth of resources to assist. 

There isn’t any 24-hour ready interval required to report an individual lacking, in accordance with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

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