Missing Vallejo Girls Back Home

Details of time away not released

Two teenage girls who went missing after a Super Bowl party in an unincorporated area of Vallejo Sunday are safely back home with their parents this morning, according to the Solano County Sheriff's Office.
Micah Gonzales, 13, and Kassondre "Kassie" Kuder, 14, had been reported missing some time after 7 p.m. Sunday when they left Gonzales'  father's home in the 1200 block of Lewis Road and did not contact their families or return home, sheriff's Officer Paula Toynbee said.

The two were considered at risk because of their ages, but did not appear to be in distress during efforts to locate them, Toynbee said, which  led deputies through the neighborhood where Gonzales' father lives Sunday night, and on Monday through Vallejo and nearby unincorporated areas, Toynbee  said.

Toynbee said the girls were acquaintances, not close friends, and that Gonzales has run away in the past.

The sheriff's department said the girls walked across the Carquinez Bridge and then hitched a ride with someone they didn't know to the Oakland.

Kuder called her father Tuesday night and said she wanted to come home.  He called police who helped locate her. 

Later police were also able to find Gonzales.

Both girls appear to be in good health, according to authorities.

Gonzales was last in the "care of officials" and there are plans to reunited her with her father on Wednesday.

Gonzales is a known runaway.  Her father told reporters she has mental issues.

Because of privacy concerns police are not releasing details of what the girls did during the two days away from home.Follow our Updates on Twitter

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