Toronto, Canada. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Two teenage Vietnamese exchange students who were reported missing in Canada have been found safe in Toronto.

Ngan Ngoc Nguyen and Diu Thu Thi Nguyen, both 17, were reported missing on November 12 when their host families in Moncton, New Brunswick filed a report with local police, CTV News Atlantic reported.

Dale Ritchie, president of McKenzie College, said the girls are safe with relatives in Toronto. The teenagers came to New Brunswick last summer to attend McKenzie College’s English and Adventure summer camp. They then went on to study at Moncton High School in the fall and stayed with host families.

After being last seen at a bus depot in Moncton on November 9, the police located the two girls in Toronto on November 21.

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