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Paityn Randell, Jessyka Randell and Miracle Hernandez (Source: Pinal County Sheriff's Office) Paityn Randell, Jessyka Randell and Miracle Hernandez (Source: Pinal County Sheriff's Office)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Three girls have been found after they were taken from their foster home in Mesa.

16-year-old Paityn Randell, 12-year-old Jessyka Randell and 12-year-old Miracle Hernandez were allegedly abducted late Thursday night or early Friday morning from their foster home.

Investigators say two of the girls are sisters. The third is not related.

Paityn Randell also goes by the name Rainni Aleksiejczyk, and Jessyka Randell also goes by the name Dominique Aleksiejczyk.

According to a news release, the three girls were taken by the sisters' biological mother. Veronica Frances Aleksiejczyk Rivera, 44, no longer has parental rights.

Martin Leon Villanueva was apparently driving the truck in which they got away. Rivera and Villanueva are now in custody.

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