Officials in Teton County, Wyoming are searching for three sisters from central Ohio who vanished while hiking near Jackson.
The Sheriff’s Department was alerted about the three missing girls yesterday afternoon. They were believed to be hiking in the Greater Bridger-Teton area.
Margaret Andrews-Sharer, 25; Erin Andrews-Sharer, 22; and Kelsi Andrews-Sharer, 16, reportedly did not check in with family on Sunday after a three-day hike. The sisters are from the Powell area, just north of Columbus.
On Wednesday afternoon, the car belonging to the girls was found near Granite Creek in the Hoback Canyon. Teams are using helicopters to assist in the search for the girls, who have camping gear with them.
Relatives said they have a tan three person dome tent, blue and blue/tan sleeping bags. They were believed to have five days worth of food with them that was purchased on June 28.
Police are asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of the sisters to call the Teton County Sheriff’s Office dispatch at 307-733-2331.