Two of three sisters that Glendale police were searching for last night have been found, though the oldest one -- a 16-year-old who is pregnant -- is still missing, according to police.

Still missing is Joyce Lubrin, 16,  who was wearing a white tank top, blue hooded sweatshirt and a grey jacket. She is 7 1/2 months pregnant and mentally disabled, according to police.

She is 4' 11", 120 pounds with brown hair and eyes. Police describe her as a chronic runaway.

The sisters went missing Friday. None of the girls had money or cell phones, police said.

Missing for some 30 hours, the girls reportedly hung out at a mall and walked the streets until going to a friend's home, police said.

The two youngest sisters were found after their friend's mother saw a missing report on television and called police.

Anyone with information about Joyce Lubrin's whereabouts should call Glendale police at 818-548-4911.

-- Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com

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