Virginia sisters' bodies found bound in Hudson River

A police sketch of the now-identified Tala Farea and Rotana Farea of Fairfax Va

A police sketch of the now-identified Tala Farea and Rotana Farea of Fairfax Va

The bodies of a missing 16-year-old from Fairfax and her 22-year-old sister were found washed up on shore along the Hudson River in New York City.

The Medical Examiner is working to determine the cause of the sisters' death.

NY police have identified two young Virginia women found dead along the Hudson River on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Emergency medical personnel declared them dead at the scene.

At about 3 p.m. Wednesday, police received a 911 call for two bodies floating in the water. Their bodies were identified Friday.

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Police sketches of the two women found taped together in the Hudson River on October 24, 2018. The young women's mother lives in the state of Virginia. They were fully clothed and showed no signs of trauma, The New York Times reported.

Tala Farea was listed as missing by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as of August 24, and "may be with her sister", the center said.

According to close family members, the Saudi consulate in New York City has been informed of the death.

A NY police spokesman said police were awaiting the results of autopsies on the sisters before determining whether the case was a homicide.

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