Husband and Wife who Found the Missing Amish Girls Speak Exclusively with ABC News

A dramatic return home for two Amish girls who were abducted while working at their family's vegetable stand.
2:27 | 08/15/14

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Next to the dramatic tail of the two am Mitch girls abducted in front of their own home. The police trying to find them without any pictures because the amish shun photography. An ABC news exclusive. The couple that opened their front door to find them. ABC's gio Benitez in upstate new York. Reporter: Tonight hours after those two little amish girls were found alive and safe we're learning details about the return home. Right from the couple who reunited them with their family. I peeked out the window and sue two amish girls and knew it had to be the ones missing. Reporter: It was Wednesday night when police say 6-year-old Delilah and 12-year-old fan any were abducted. After more than 24 hours of complicated searches stretching all the way to the Canadian border the girls reappeared 30 miles away from home on a random street in richville. We're told the alleged kidnappers dropped the girls off along this road. They walked it cold and wet this the rain. Then they knocked on this door. The homeowner opens up the door recognizing them from news reports and takes them home. But before going home, Jeff and Pam tell ABC news exclusively tonight the children were starving. They hate the water melon in 30 seconds. It was fast. Reporter: It was a challenging search for Delilah and fan any. The amish don't like to be photographed. There were no photos just this police sketch of the 12-year-old. Jeff knew exactly who that 12-year-old was. I used to buy corner there. You used to by corn there? And that girl used to bag the corn I bought. Reporter: The girls parents don't have a phone. So he couldn't call them. So he drove them. But on the way, a scare. A short distance from her house there was a car on the side of the road and the girls, that's the car and they ducked down underneath the seats. Reporter: They were able to get the girls safely to their own front door. If somebody found my daughters I would have wanted them to do the same for me. Reporter: They say there's too much tragedy in the world and tonight they wanted to share good news. Police say they are looking for more than one alleged kidnapper and narrowed their search. Thank you. Now to a headline about college football stars who could

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