PHOTOS: Have you seen these teens believed missing in S.A.

<font color = 000099><b>PHOTOS: </font></b> Have you seen these teens believed missing in S.A.

SAN ANTONIO -- Two Texas families are desperate to find two missing teenagers last seen Friday. Even though the girls are from Houston, the families believe they're somewhere in San Antonio. Lana Turner said she is heartbroken since her daughter, Liana Andrews, 16, is missing. Her daughter's best friend, Casie Watson, 14, is also missing. No one has heard from the two teens since they sent a text message to a family member Saturday morning, indicating they took a car and would be back Saturday afternoon. "So precious and so loved, I just want her home," said Turner. "My hope and prayer is just that my daughter returns home safely." Family members tell KENS 5 the vehicle the girls took was found in downtown San Antonio on the 100 block of East Nueva, mere feet from the county courthouse and less than a mile from the San Antonio Police Department headquarters. The Harris County Sheriff's Office is the lead agency on the case.

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by KENS 5 staff

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Posted on August 22, 2013 at 7:06 AM

Updated Thursday, Aug 22 at 7:15 AM

SAN ANTONIO -- Two Texas families are desperate to find two missing teenagers last seen Friday. Even though the girls are from Houston, the families believe they're somewhere in San Antonio. 

Lana Turner said she is heartbroken since her daughter, Liana Andrews, 16, is missing. Her daughter's best friend, Casie Watson, 14, is also missing.

No one has heard from the two teens since they sent a text message to a family member Saturday morning, indicating they took a car and would be back Saturday afternoon.
 
"So precious and so loved, I just want her home," said Turner. "My hope and prayer is just that my daughter returns home safely."
 
Family members tell KENS 5 the vehicle the girls took was found in downtown San Antonio on the 100 block of East Nueva, mere feet from the county courthouse and less than a mile from the San Antonio Police Department headquarters. The Harris County Sheriff's Office is the lead agency on the case.

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