Police are now looking at a different angle following reports that the two lost girls from California were spotted at a city plaza on Sunday. Riverside Police Sgt. David Amador said, "The girls are still missing but at this point in the investigation, it is believed the girls ran away from home."
14-year old Diana Tourdot and 12-year old Raylynn Bolt vanished after a sleepover during the weekend. The two spent the Saturday night at Diana Tourdot's home.
Donald Bolt, the father of Raylynn, told KABC-TV that he thinks the two girls got into a trouble.
"You guys can come home. I mean, you know, if you guys maybe ran away or something or went to some guy's house, everything's fine. We've all done it. We've all been 12, 13, 14," he said.
Meanwhile, Diana's mother said that she heard a noise around midnight but didn't bothered to check. When she woke up in the morning, the girls were already gone. Police are still searching for the girls.
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