Missing Missouri teens may be involved with gangs and drugs

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MONETT, MO – Two teen sisters are still missing after walking out of a YMCA in Monett, MO last month. KOLR-TV reports that police are now listing Olivia and Tori Bailey as “endangered” runaways because the people they believe they are with. The sisters have been missing since May 24th.

Police believe the teens are still in southwest Missouri. They say pictures with gang signs posted to social media indicate they’re involved with the, “Southwest Honkeys.” The group operates in Springfield and Joplin, MO. Police believe they may be involved with gang or drug activity.

Olivia is 15 years old with blonde hair, blue eyes and a tattoo of “5150” on her thigh. Tori is described as 14 years old and has brown hair and brown eyes.

Please call Monett Police if you have any information: 417-235-4142.



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