Sisters Who Had Been Missing For Three Years Were Discovered Safe, According To Pennsylvania Police Mom Has Now Charged

According to Pennsylvania police, two girls who went missing more than three years ago have been recovered safe, and their mother is now being prosecuted.

According to a news release from the Waynesboro Police Department on April 19, 2020, Hanna Lee and Skye Rex were 7 and 5 years old when their disappearance was reported. They were last seen visiting a house in Waynesboro two days ago.

Authorities assumed that Lashada Lee, who does not have legal custody of either child, abducted the girls.

Although detectives had previously believed the girls and their mother were in or close to Washington, D.C., according to WHTM, it is unclear where they have gone since going missing.

According to Chief James Sourbier of the Waynesboro Police Department, Lee handed herself up on Wednesday.

“The simple fact of the matter is, right now, what I care about is that the children are safe and that she is in custody and will be held to account for the crimes that she has been charged with,” Sourbier said to the outlet.

According to authorities, the kids are being cared for by child welfare officials while Lee is being kept in custody until her arraignment.

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John Rex, the girls’ father, told the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children that he is “grateful for everyone’s support in helping us get to this day.”

Rex remarked, “Three years ago, my lovely kids were abruptly snatched from my life. “I’m ecstatic and am now focused on bringing the girls home with me. For the time being, as we traverse the upcoming days, I ask for privacy.

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