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Three Missing Girls From Collingdale Found Safe; Search For Person Of Interest

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16-year-old Nicole Sporish (left), 15-year-old Danielle Natale (right) 16-year-old Nicole Sporish (left), 15-year-old Danielle Natale (right)
DELAWARE COUNTY, PA -

Collingdale Police have found three missing girls who were reported missing yesterday.

The three girls are 16-year-old Nicole Sporish, 15-year-old Danielle Natale, and 3-year-old Monae Onuffer. Police say that they are interviewing Natale to obtain more information, especially about someone named "Steve." Steve is described by Natale as a black male in his 40's who drives a small white vehicle and is from Sharon Hill. Authorities believe the missing females may have run away with him.

According to authorities, Natale contacted Collingdale Police last night at 11:04 p.m. and told them that "Steve" abandoned them after seeing their story on news and social media. Police found the three girls at a residence on the 5200 block of Westminster Avenue in Philadelphia.

The incident was reported early Wednesday morning when Delaware County CYS workers came to their home and learned two sisters fled their residence in Collingdale with another family relative.

Police said that the mother of the girls along with Corporal Mark Finley and Officer Patrick Kilroy have made several attempts to locate the girls without any success. Police said that the information provided did not meet the criteria for an "Amber Alert" being issued yesterday.

If you have any information about the incident, or could possibly provide any information to identify "Steve," please contact Collingdale Police at 610-586-0502.

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