Two female New Mexico State University students who went missing after attending a hip-hop concert in El Paso, Texas, last week have been spotted on surveillance video on Monday in Beverly Hills, Calif. The Las Cruces Police Department confirmed Wednesday that the women on the ATM surveillance video are McKinnah Sinclair, 18, and Charlie Daniels, 19, who were reported missing Tuesday after failing to return to their university or get in touch with family following Friday's concert. Police now say they're concerned for the teens' welfare, but believe they traveled to California on their own, the Las Cruces Sun-News reports.
The teens have not gotten in touch with family or friends, and no one has been able to reach them via cell phone or social media. A family member of one woman is in Los Angeles and working with the LAPD in an attempt to find them. Police initially said they believed the teens, who are roommates, traveled to Juarez, Mexico, after the concert, the Houston Chronicle reports. El Paso Proud notes that the women, who withdrew cash from the ATM at which they were spotted, appear to be wearing the same clothes in Monday's surveillance images as they were wearing at Friday's concert, based on pictures they posted to social media from the concert. (Read more missing student stories.)