Riverhead Police said Kiaralyn Delgado, 16, and Autumn Tucker, 13, left Little Flower Children's Services together on Jan. 7 at about 3:20 p.m. Photo: Riverhead Police handout.

The Riverhead Police Department is requesting the public’s help in locating two missing teens described as runaways from Little Flower Children’s Services in Wading River.

Police said Kiaralyn Delgado, 16, and Autumn Tucker, 14, left the Little Flower campus together on Friday, Jan. 7 at approximately 3:20 p.m.

They were seen getting into a vehicle and leaving the facility in an unknown direction, police said in a press release last night. No foul play is suspected, police said.

Kiaralyn Delgado was described by police as a Hispanic female, height 5’4″, weight 115 pounds, light complexion, brown eyes, and long brown hair. She was last seen wearing a black coat, sweatpants and white sneakers, police said.

Autumn Tucker was described by police as an American Indian female, height 5’3”, weight 235 pounds, light brown complexion, brown eyes and black curly hair. She was last seen wearing a black coat, black leggings and red sneakers, police said.

Police provided the above photos of the missing teens.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Kiaralyn Delgado and Autumn Tucker is asked to contact the Riverhead Police Department at 631-727-4500. All calls will remain confidential, police said.

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