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Missing Sydney sisters last seen at Marayong Railway Station


The sisters have been missing since Saturday afternoon. Picture: NSW Police
The sisters have been missing since Saturday afternoon. Picture: NSW Police

There are grave concerns for two Sydney sisters who were last seen at a train station in the city’s west on Saturday.

Telykah and Jhayde Edmonds, aged 15 and 14, were last spotted at Marayong Railway Station about 1pm.

They have not been able to be located or contacted since, police said.

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Family and police hold serious concerns for the girls given their age.

The sisters were last seen at Marayong Railway Station on Saturday. Picture: NSW Police
The sisters were last seen at Marayong Railway Station on Saturday. Picture: NSW Police
Police and family hold serious concerns for their welfare. Picture: NSW Police
Police and family hold serious concerns for their welfare. Picture: NSW Police

Telykah is of Pacific Islander/Maori in appearance, with a thin build and dark long hair. She was last seen wearing a white tracksuit.

Jhayde is also of Pacific Islander/Maori appearance, with a thin build and black long hair. She was last seen wearing all black clothing.

Police said the sisters are known to travel on public transport and often frequent the Blacktown, Marayong, Quakers Hill, and Riverstone areas.

Anyone with information into their whereabouts is urged to contact police.

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Erin Lyons is a general news reporter for NCA NewsWire. She cut her teeth as a sports journalist in regional Victoria and has since worked across print, digital and broadcast at 10 daily, Ten News First and Lon… Read more

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