Twins, 14, missing

note found said they were running away

Westminster girls last seen on west side

February 20, 2002

Westminster police are investigating the disappearance of 14-year-old twin sisters who left a note saying they were running away, authorities said yesterday.

Lisa Marie Keys and Sheila Ann Keys, students at Westminster High School, were reported missing by their stepmother, Beatrice Keys, about 3:25 p.m. Friday after she found the note, said Maj. Dean A. Brewer, a Westminster police spokesman.

Fliers seeking information about the girls' whereabouts are posted throughout Westminster.

The teen-agers were last seen at Wampler Lane and Royer Road in The Greens development on the city's west side, Brewer said. Lisa was wearing a gray sweat shirt, blue jeans and dark tennis shoes. Sheila was wearing a black jacket, sweat pants and white tennis shoes. Both girls are 5 feet 2 inches, between 110 and 120 pounds, and have brown hair and brown eyes.

"We are interviewing their friends, but so far we have no good information," Brewer said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Westminster police: 410- 848-4646.

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