UPDATE - According to the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office, "the 3 juveniles have been located and returned home safely. Thank you to everyone the shared this post and offered prayers."

(Original story below)

Sheriff Tommy Romero with the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Department is asking the public's help locating three missing juveniles who were last seen last night (08/26/21) at approximately 5:30 pm.

Three Missing Girls From New Iberia

According to the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office, the three female juveniles "were last seen in the 500 block of Mullins Road in New Iberia at approximately 5:30 p.m."

Obviously, with the threat of a Hurricane headed towards South Louisiana, this situation has become even more emergent.

The three missing girls are identified as -

13-year-old - Nova Phillips
12-year-old - Lainie Phillips
13-year-old - Rayne Lacoste
Iberia Sheriff's Office Via Facebook

From left to right, pictured in the photograph above are Nova Philips, Rayne Lacoste, and Lainie Phillips.

Anyone with information regarding the location of these juveniles is urged to contact the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office at 337-369-3711.

You can also contact the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Department through their Facebook page.

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