The desperate hunt now for two young amish girls reportedly abducted right from their own front yard and rushed away in a car. What is troubling, no pictures of the girls, because they are part of... See More
The desperate hunt now for two young amish girls reportedly abducted right from their own front yard and rushed away in a car. What is troubling, no pictures of the girls, because they are part of that community. And they speak a dialect. Gio Benitez is there in upstate New York. Reporter: Tonight, it is a race against time. Those two amish girls vanished. We will aggressively pursue this investigation as a worst case scenario, because that's the only way we know how to work. Reporter: It was 7:20 P.M. Yesterday, 12-year-old Fannie and her 6-year-old sister Delilah working their family roadside vegetable stand. A white four door sedan pulled up. When it drove off, the girls were gone. Their family, living in this traditional amish community of 10,000, have no phone, they ran to a neighbor's house to call police. Setting off the search on land. Rescue teams even searching underwater. A search that's made harder, police only have this sketch to work from. That's because in amish tradition, being photographed is not allowed. We have no photos to begin with, it's a belief within the amish community. So we did really well to get the sketch. Reporter: Officials in upstate New York are scouring the country side watching that border closely. Canada is just ten miles away from where the girls went missing. Police say no lead is too small. They know time is not on their side, David. Gio Benitez in upstate new York. Thanks around the world to south
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