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Missing Florida girls and father could be heading to Minnesota

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The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has issued a missing person alert after two sisters were taken from a Florida home by their father, who authorities think may be heading to northern Minnesota.

WCCO TV reports that the BCA says McKala and Madison Peters were last seen in Inverness, Florida.

The girls were most likely with their father, Edward Peters, and authorities say he may be driving a black 2000 Oldsmobile Bravada.

KSTP TV is reporting that Peters took his two daughters from their court-ordered guardian, and that authorities have issued a warrant for his arrest.

Madison, 11, was last seen wearing a pink Minnesota t-shirt, jean shorts and black flip-flops. McKala, 6, was last seen wearing white shorts, a blue and pink t-shirt and flip flops.

Anyone with information is urged to call 911.

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