All 5 girls missing in Minneapolis found safe

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Five Minneapolis girls who had been reported missing Tuesday have all been found safe.

According to a post on the Facebook page that was set up to find the missing girls, they have all been found.

The Star Tribune reports, that the families had been looking for the girls for more than 24 hours, as they had gone missing following school on Monday.

The girls who went missing are 13-year-old Isabel Marie Ward, 12-year-old Gabriella Rae Woods, 11-year old Keneni Mekonen Legese, 12-year old Malina Gail-Corrine Long Crow and 12-year-old Alexandra Rubina O'Brien.

All five girls are sixth- or seventh-graders at Seward Montessori.

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