Saudi Arabian sisters found duct-taped together in NY's Hudson River

Police sketches of the two sisters Tala Farea 16 left and Rotana Farea 22

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Two bodies that were found duct-taped together last week near the Hudson River in New York City have been identified as two sisters from Virginia.

In the latest update on the case of the two Saudi sisters found on the shores of the Hudson River on October 24th last week; the NYPD released two passport photos of Rotana Farea, 22, and Tala Farea, 16 requesting the public for any information on the two Saudis.

The sisters' mother had also told investigators that she hadn't seen Rotana and Tala since December 2017, when she reported them missing to local authorities, sources said.

The women's bodies washed up along the banks of the Hudson River in Riverside Park, on the Upper West Side, Wednesday, Oct. 24. No family members or friends could be located Sunday.

Investigators said this morning they hadn't determined how the sisters died.

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These sketches of the sisters were released by police after their bodies washed up on the NY waterfront last week. Dermot Shea, the New York Police Department's chief of detectives, said to reporters this week.

At least one police source speculated to the New York Daily News last week that the cause of death could be suicide.

"I think we've made significant progress in piecing together pieces of this puzzle to find out what happened", Shea said.

The sisters were pronounced dead where they were found along the riverbank, police said.

There were no obvious signs of trauma to their bodies, police have said.

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The Saudi consulate-general in NY said it was "conducting a continuous follow-up to find out the facts" regarding the incident, according to a statement shared by Al Arabiya on Tuesday.

Both had been students and Rotana had been studying at George Mason University before she left in the spring.

Rather than live on campus like many of her classmates, Rotana traveled back to her home in Falls Church, Virginia where she lived with her mother, brother and Tala.

Virginia cops eventually found them, but they went to go stay in a shelter, the location of which wasn't disclosed by cops to the parents, sources said. A George Mason spokesman called the news of her death "tragic", and said the university was cooperating with police.

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