Mary and Morgan Corrodi, 16-year-old twins with IQs of 70, disappeared from their California home and are now classified as runaways.
“[A neighbor] saw the girls standing there, just kind of hanging around like they were waiting for somebody, and a few minutes later, a small car pulled up and the twins got in the back seat,” Corrodi told FOXNews.com. “And then they drove away and we haven’t heard from them since.”
Corrodi said the girls are “very slow mentally” but appear to be much older than 16. He’s fearful someone they met online may take advantage of their disabilities.
“It’s possible, that’s what I’m afraid of,” he said. “They look, up close, like they’re 22, and mentally, they’re 10 or 11. They’re very slow mentally. They each have dolls and they still play with them and yet their interest is to meet boys.”
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