Two teenagers missing from Rouse Hill since last Wednesday have been found safe and well.
A member of the public recognised the two 13-year-old girls at Chatswood Railway station on Sunday and contacted police about noon.
The girls were reunited with their parents at Quakers Hill police station where they were picked up and held in custody.
Police thank the media and public for their assistance in this matter.
The girls vanished from a school in Rouse Hill with their concerned parents saying the pair had no reason to run off.
The two Year 7 students failed to show up to class at their school at 12.30pm last Wednesday.
One of the parents told police said it was out of character for her daughter to go missing and said she had not packed any clothes or given any indication she was running away.
Police at Quakers Hill then appealed for public assistance to find them by releasing their photographs and particulars.
Their parents also appealed to their daughters to return home on television and newspapers.