09/02/2014 11:38 EDT | Updated 09/02/2014 11:59 EDT

Mary-Ann Hudson, Nakita Hudson, Kayla Chartrand-Flett Missing, Winnipeg Police Say

Winnipeg Police

Three teenage aboriginal girls are missing in Winnipeg and police are “concerned” for their well-being.

Sisters Mary-Ann Hudson, 12, and Nakita Hudson, 14, were last seen in the city’s west end in the St. James area on Aug. 26, according to a news release on Tuesday. The pair were known to visit Winnipeg’s north end, downtown shopping centres including the Polo Park mall area.

Mary-Ann is described as 5-foot-5, 110 pounds with brown eyes and long brown hair. Her sister Nakita is 5-foot-4, 100 pounds with red hair and brown eyes.

A third aboriginal teen, 17-year-old Kayla Chartrand-Flett was also reported missing by police on Tuesday. She’s described as 5-foot-6, 160 pounds, with long brown hair often styled in a side ponytail.

Chartrand-Flett was also known to frequent the city’s downtown and north end. She was last seen on Aug. 29.

Police have not made any connections between the disappearances. Anyone with information is asked to call Winnipeg Police Service’s Missing Persons Unit at (204)-986-6250.