Unanswered Questions Remain As Missing Amish Girls Return Home
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The search for two missing Amish sisters who apparently were abducted from a farm stand in northern New York ended with their safe return about 24 hours later when they were given a lift home.
Investigators are trying to determine what happened in between.
St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain says the girls turned up unharmed Thursday evening at a house in Richville, near the Canadian border. That's about 15 miles from where they disappeared. They asked for help getting home.
Seven-year-old Delila Miller and 12-year-old Fannie Miller vanished Wednesday evening after a car pulled up to their family's farm stand in Oswegatchie.
A neighbor who visited the family after hearing about the girls' return said she spoke with one of their brothers. He said they were well and being checked out.