Girl, 11, and brother 13, found safe after leaving Brooklyn home to search for runaway sister: NYPD

Nataly, 11 and Jeremy Carangvi, 13, were last seen Monday at their Bushwick home. (NYPD)

BUSHWICK, Brooklyn — Two siblings have been found safe after they left their Brooklyn home Monday to look for their older sister who ran away, the NYPD said.

Nataly Carangvi, 11 and Jeremy Carangvi, 13, were last seen at their Bushwick home, located on Bleecker Street, at about 8 p.m.

They were found at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, eating at a bakery on Wyckoff Avenue.

The older sister was also found safely by police. It was not immediately known where or when she was found.

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