Two teenage girls from the Kitchener-Waterloo area who had been missing in Ontario’s Algonquin Park since Thursday have been found safe.
Maya Mirota and Marta Malek, both 16, failed to meet up with their camping group in the sprawling provincial park’s western sector on July 12.
Ontario Provincial Police said a canine team located the girls just before noon ET Monday in “great” condition.
OPP spokesperson Bill Dickson said he didn’t know exactly where they were found or how far it was from the meeting point they had set with their larger group.
He said they’re figuring out how to get them out of the park and back with their parents.
Provincial police are looking for a pair of teen girls last seen two days ago on a trail in Algonquin Park.
Maya Mirota and Marta Malek, both 16, have been missing since July 11, when they were spotted on Western Uplands Trail near Rainbow Lake.
OPP say Mirota is roughly five feet tall with a thin build and long auburn hair.
Malek is approximately six feet tall. Police did not provide any other description.
Anyone with information should call OPP at 1-888-310-1122.