Two missing girls located 07-21-04

HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
EAST HAWAII JUVENILE AID SECTION
LIEUTENANT KENNETH VIEIRA
PHONE: 961-2004
JULY 21, 2004

MEDIA RELEASE UPDATE

Big Island police have called off separate searches for two 16-year-old girls after each was located safe and in good health.

One of the girls, Tia Lubguban, who had been reported missing from her Hilo home since May 18, 2004, was located on Tuesday, July 13, 2004.

The second girl, Chivas Whitney Pader, 16, who had been reported missing from her Keaau home in Puna since July 3, 2004, returned home Wednesday (July 21, 2004).

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