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Two girls who vanished from a sleepover and sparked a widespread search were found late Monday 15 miles from their hometown, police said.

Raylynn Bolt, 12, and Diana Tourdot, 14, were found by police within two blocks of each other in San Bernardino, Calif., police told The Associated Press.

Bolt and Tourdot disappeared on Saturday night while at a sleepover at Tourdot's home in Riverside, Calif. Family members and police with bloodhounds had been looking for the girls for two days.

"From what we could tell, they appeared to be OK," Lt. Dario Robinson of the San Bernardino Police Department told the AP. His officers found one girl at a city park and the other on a nearby street waiting with a good Samaritan.

"We came across one, and talking to her and piecing it together, she led us to the other one," Robinson said.

Robinson did not know why the girls had come to San Bernardino and didn't know of anyone the pair were seeking or staying with.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.