UPDATE - Twin 12-year-old sisters who ran away from their home in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood have been found safe, police said.
Neveah Adams and Heaven Adams were in good health when they were found Thursday, Cleveland police Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said.
The girls' mother reported reported them missing about 4 p.m Tuesday after they packed their bags and left their home on Ostend Avenue. The girls and the mother had an argument over stolen clothes, according to a police report.
The girls returned home Wednesday, but left a second time, police said.
Police did not say where or when they were found Thursday.
CLEVELAND - Cleveland police are searching for twin sisters who left home Tuesday.
12 year-old's Heaven and Neveah Adams left home after an argument with their mother Tuesday.
They were last seen inside their home Wednesday, but ran away again when confronted. They were last seen near Ostend Avenue.
Both girls stand 5 feet tall. Nevaeh was last seen wearing a black coat and grey and black pants. Heaven was last seen in a grey hooded sweatshirt and ripped blue jeans.
Anyone with information on the girls' location is asked to contact Cleveland Police at 216-621-1234.
(images courtesy Cleveland Division of Police, Public Affairs)