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Missing Kew Gardens Hills Siblings Found ‘Safe and Sound,’ Police Say

April 4, 2018 By Tara Law

The three siblings who went missing from their Kew Gardens Hills home Sunday have been found.

Halima Anwari, 23, Ayan Anwari, 6, and Ruqia Anwari, 2, were found on Tuesday, police say. They went missing Sunday morning from their 159-13 72nd Ave. residence.

“Thank you all for your help yesterday with our 3 missing persons, we are very happy to say all have been found safe and sound,” an officer from the 107 Precinct wrote on Twitter.

The police did not say where the three stayed during the time they were missing.

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