Two 14-year-old Native sisters who ran away from a child care worker have been found on the Red Pheasant Reserve in Saskatchewan. Cherish and Rosalee Frenchman, fraternal twins, were last seen at a shopping mall in Saskatoon on January 29. Somehow they made it to the reserve about 2 hours away from the city. Police said the girls were staying with friends and family. They have since been returned to a secure custody facility in Saskatoon. Get the Story:
Missing twins located on reserve
Police seek missing 14-year-old twin Native
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