14-Year-Old Twins Missing After Leaving Their Detroit Home and Not Returning as Authorities Continue Search

Aniya and Anieca Ogden have not been seen since March 8, police say

<p>Facebook/Detroit Police Department</p> Anieca Ogden and Aniya Ogden

Facebook/Detroit Police Department

Anieca Ogden and Aniya Ogden

Two teenaged twin sisters from Detroit have been missing for more than three weeks.

On Friday, the Detroit Police Department (DPD) told local station WWJ News Radio that investigators are still looking for information about 14-year-old Aniya and Anieca Ogden.

According to CBS News, police said the twins were last seen leaving their home on the 1800 block of Robson Street on March 8.

In two missing persons reports posted on Facebook the same day, DPD said that the girls "left [their] residence without permission [together] and failed to return home."

According to the post, both girls are 5 feet tall and weigh about 130 pounds. They are both Black with sandy brown hair and brown eyes, and Aniya was last seen wearing a beige tank top, shorts and orange Jordan sneakers. Anieca's clothing, meanwhile, is unknown, DPD said.

<p>Facebook/Detroit Police Department</p> Information about Anieca Ogden

Facebook/Detroit Police Department

Information about Anieca Ogden

"The Detroit Police Department’s Missing Persons unit is actively investigating all leads involving the whereabouts of both Aniya and Anieca Ogden," the DPD wrote in a statement to PEOPLE.

"If anyone has Information, they are asked to call 313-596-1240 or 1-800-SPEAK-UP," they added.

<p>Facebook/Detroit Police Department</p> Information about Aniya Ogden

Facebook/Detroit Police Department

Information about Aniya Ogden

Michigan investigators have dealt with a wave of missing person cases over the past year.

Just last summer, a set of newborn twin boys, Montana and Matthew Bridges, then 14 days old, were reunited with their mom after allegedly being kidnapped by two acquaintances.

Related: 4 Arrested Over Kidnapping of 14-Day-Old Twins from Michigan Hotel

In that case, the twins’ grandmother told CBS Detroit that her daughter met several women on Facebook who had said they could help her with the newborns.

"She was just reaching out for a little help," McDonald told the outlet. "They are supposed to help young ladies who just had babies with resources, gift cards, diapers, etc."

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Four suspects were arrested in August last year, according to police.

In January this year, another teenaged girl, 13-year-old Na’Ziyah Harris, went missing after exiting her school bus near Cornwall and 3 Mile Drive, the Detroit Police Department said in a bulletin at the time.

Related: 13-Year-Old Girl Missing for Over a Month Since January School Bus Ride: ‘I Want My Baby Home’

Na’Ziyah’s grandmother, identified by the Associated Press as Anette Harris, described her granddaughter as “a very sweet child” and said, “This is not of her character.”

“I want my baby home,” Anette said during a press conference at the time. “I’m asking in the name of Jesus, and I stand on my faith that he is going to bring her home.”

Nearly two months later, Harris is still considered missing, and DPD is continually searching the area, the department told CBS in a press conference on March 12.

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