On Saturday, two young sisters, Chloe Pinkney-Cook (13) and Ruby Pinkney-Cook (11), went missing from Harwich in Essex. The girls were last seen in the Abdy Avenue area at about 12.45pm on Saturday and did not have any phones, cash or access to money. Let’s take a closer look at what happened to two sisters, keep reading more.
What happened to Chloe Pinkney-Cook and Ruby? Are they still missing?
The news of two missing young girls quickly spread across social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, with many people sharing posts that included descriptions of the two sisters as well as a plea to keep an eye out for them. Hundreds of people shared the posts and soon enough, more and more people were on the lookout for Chloe and Ruby. Fortunately, it was not long before Essex Police was able to share the good news that both girls had been found safe.
Police found Chloe Pinkney-Cook And Ruby
Though there is no confirmation from Essex Police on exactly how they located Chloe and Ruby, there are a few possibilities that could explain their disappearance being resolved so quickly. It is possible that their parents had tracked down their location with GPS technology or that someone saw them on CCTV footage or recognized them from one of the social media posts circulating online about their disappearance. It is also possible that one of the many people actively searching for them was able to locate them faster than expected due to sheer luck or intuition – whatever it was, we are all thankful that these young sisters were found unharmed!
We’re so relieved to hear that Chloe Pinkney-Cook (13) and Ruby Pinkney-Cook (11) have been located safe after going missing from Harwich in Essex on Saturday afternoon! Though we do not know exactly how they were found, we would like to thank everyone who helped spread awareness on social media platforms during this urgent search for our two young sisters in need. Our community came together during this troubling time to ensure these girls made it home safely – bravo!