Durham police search for missing teenage stepsisters Shaunessey Tynes & Denisha Campbell

Durham Regional Police are continuing their efforts to contact a 13-year-old girl and her 16-year-old stepsister after they left their Pickering residence on Saturday night.

The two originally left their Pickering residence at approximately 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Their guardian discovered they had been at a friend’s house nearby – in the Brock Road/Rossland Road West area of Pickering. 

On Monday, it was discovered they had left their friend’s home and it is believed they got on a bus for an unknown destination. They have not been in touch with their caregivers.

Shaunessey Tynes, age 13, of Pickering is described as a female, multi-racial, about 5’9” tall, weighing approximately 135 lbs. with a slender build. She has a light complexion, brown eyes, long brown hair and she wears eyeglasses. She has not run away before.

Denisha Campbell, age 16, of Pickering, is described as a female, black, 5’4” tall, weighing about 145 lbs. with shortly, curly black hair, with possibly a ponytail extension and good teeth. She has run away before. 

Update: Durham Regional Police have located the missing 13-year-old Pickering girl and know the whereabouts of her stepsister. Both are safe and will soon be returned home. 

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