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Atlanta police have located missing teens

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Jasmine Bait (left), Enexia Liggons (right) Jasmine Bait (left), Enexia Liggons (right)
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Atlanta police have located two teenage girls missing since Sunday afternoon.

According to the Atlanta Police Department, 13-year-old Enexia Liggons and 14-year-old Jasmine Bait were last seen heading to a MARTA bus stop in southeast Atlanta around 5 p.m. on Sunday. They did not return home that night.

Liggons was last seen wearing a black and grey skull cap, blue polo shirt, blue Levi Jeans and brown Timberland boots, police said. She's about 5'7", weights around 115 pounds, has brown eyes and burgundy / black hair that is shaved on the right side of her head.

They were both located in good health. No further information is availible.

An investigation is ongoing.

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