Sisters from Prudenville (Houghton Lake) in Northern Michigan disappeared back in June and now the FBI is joining in on the search.

Tamara Perez, 15, and her sister, Iris, 13, went missing on June 28. The girls vanished from their adoptive parents' home in Roscommon County.

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According to USA Today, the girls had moved in March from Florida to Michigan with their adoptive parents after being found in the Port St. Lucie, Florida home of their biological mother, who had lost custody rights.

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Apparently, the girls had been playing outside with another child who reported seeing them climb into a newer white Jeep Cherokee and leave.

Special Agent Mara R. Schneider With the FBI's Detroit Field Office:

Our understanding is there was a vehicle seen leaving the area after the girls left the view of their neighbor. We can't say what happened after they left their neighbor's sight.

Iris Perez (13):

Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office
Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office
  • 5 Feet Tall
  • 140 Pounds
  • Black Hair and Brown Eyes
  • Star Tattoo on Left Side of Neck
  • Alias - A-Dayla Precious Crowder

Tamara Perez:

Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office
Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office
  • 5-Foot 3"
  • 120 Pounds
  • Black Hair and Brown Eyes
  • Alias - Sa-Kira Littrell Nombre

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