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      Police searching for sisters who disappeared from Binghamton school bus stop in April

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      Shaeleen Fitch-Fortner (left) and Ky-Lea Fortner (right) were last seen April 27 at their school bus stop in Binghamton./ New York State Police

      (UPDATE:) On March 10 State Police announced the girls have been found, and a Vestal woman has been charged with kidnapping. Click here to see the updated story.

      (ORIGINAL STORY:) BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- New York State Police are still searching for two Binghamton sisters who disappeared from their school bus stop in in April.

      Ky-Lea Fortner, 15, and her sister, Shaeleen Fitch-Fortner, 13, disappeared while waiting to get on the school bus at the end of the school day on April 27.

      The sisters lived with their foster parents in Binghamton and were last seen at the bus stop for their Susquehanna Valley School.

      Ky-Lea is described as a white female who is about 5-feet-6-inches tall with a thin build. She has medium red hair, blue eyes and a lip piercing. She was last seen wearing a white short, army pants and gray boots.

      Shaeleen is described as a white female who is about 5-feet-2-inches tall with a thin build. She has short dark brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a black tank top, black leggings and Converse brand shoes.

      Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call New York State Police at 607-775-1241.

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