Two Detroit Girls Missing After Taking Out The Trash Found Safe

The children were last seen on Monday.

Photo credit:Detroit Police Department

| January 28 2019,

4:07 pm

The two young Black girls who were taking out the trash in their Detroit neighborhood before being reported missing to police have been found safe.

Earlier this month, FOX Detroit reports the Detroit Police Department was looking for tips to assist in finding 12-year-old Envi McClin and 9-year-old Montashia Brown.

The two girls had last been seen on Monday afternoon around 3:15 p.m. According to the department's release via Detroit News, neither McClin or Brown had been reported missing or disappeared before Monday. 

Both girls are under 5 feet, weigh around 90 pounds, have black hair and brown eyes. McClin was last seen wearing a ponytail with a white headband, and her attire consisted of a dark blue shirt, pink jacket, blue jeans and pink gym shoes. Brown was last seen in a black and white Mickey Mouse shirt, black stretch pants, black-and-white Jordan gym shoes with a red headband in her hair. Both are reportedly in good health. 


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