Roswell Police Department continues searching for two Centennial High School Students who went missing on Jan. 14.
As of 12 p.m. on Jan. 18, there are no new updates on the case.
Salma Bounajra and Aaliyah Muhammad left Centennial High School together on Jan. 14 and their last known location was at an address in Lithonia.
Bounajra and Muhammed were in the company of an unknown male subject.
Muhammed is 5'8" tall and has blond hair in twists and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing dark blue work out tights with a design at the bottom of the tights and a black sweatshirt.
Bounajra is 5'4", black hair and brown eyes, last seen wearing black pants and possibly a black jacket.
Bounajra was also reported as a missing person in a Nov. 2017 incident after leaving her home to walk to school, but never arrived.
At the time she attended Peak Academy, an "alternative education program," where "staff uses programs and structure designed to improve behaviors that impeded academic and behavioral success at their home schools," according to the school's website.
"Students experience a combination of computer-based learning, direct academic instruction, small group or individualized support, behavior modification and peer accountability with the goal of students returning to their home schools on track academically."
According to the recent missing persons report, "the girls may be in the Decatur and Stone Mountain area."
Anyone with current information are asked to contact Detective Myrand at 770-640-4100 or call 911.
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