Two teens missing from eastern Iowa

Authorities in eastern Iowa are searching for two missing 15 year-old girls.

According to several news outlets, Skie Floyd and Jazlyn Visek, both last made contact with family members on Saturday afternoon.

Family members say they left in a gold Jeep Grand Cherokee with no license plates.

The girls are both from the Shellsburg area.

Benton County Sheriff Randy Forsyth says the girls may be with two runaways from the Atlantic area, Corey Sunderman, 16, and Austin Boggs, 13.

Press release from the Benton County Sheriff's Office:

The Benton County Sheriff's Office and the Shellsburg Police Department are seeking any information the public may have on two missing girls for the Shellsburg area.

If you have any information or have seen these girls or vehicle please call the Benton County Sheriff's Office at 319-472-2337.

Skie Justice Floyd

Birthdate 7-14-1997

White Female 115 pounds

5'1 height

Blond Hair, Blue Eyes

Last wearing black hoodie with white pin stripes, dark stone washed jeans and black boots.

Jazlyn Jayne Visek

Birthdate 6-15-1997

White Female 185 pounds

5'5 height

Brown Hair, Green Eyes

Last wearing gray zip up sweat shirt with "arrow" written on it blue skinny jeans and gray/green nike shoes.

She has 2 lip piercings.

The girls were last seen at noon Saturday in the Shellsburg area and have not had any contact with family since 3:00 p.m.

They are possibly in a gold 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee with no license plates.

Information indicates that they may be with two male runaways, Corey Lee Matthew Sunderman age 16, and Austin Michael Boggs age 13.

Both missing from the Atlantic area.