PARMA -- Parma Police confirm that they've found the three missing girls.
Officers say the girls ran away from home Sept. 25, and were found today on the near west side of Cleveland.
Police do not suspect any foul play.
Officers were interviewing the girls into the evening Wednesday night.
Earlier in the day, Parma police had no new leads on three girls missing since early Sunday evening.
On Tuesday, the Parma police department contacted the media, asking for information on the whereabouts of Cheyenne Pepera, 13; Erica Kephart, 13; and Rachel Zarins, 14.
They were last seen Sunday at 5:30 p.m. in the area of 6211 Merkle Avenue in Parma.
Police believed there was nothing to indicate that foul play was involved.
Anyone with information about these girls can still call the Parma Police at (440) 885-1234.