CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — Twin sisters wanted in a violent home burglary have been caught, Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill said.

The sheriff had announced the search for the twins on Monday, alleging that Kyra and Tyra Faison kicked open the door of an apartment and beat a 20-year-old woman with a frying pan before robbing her.

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Just one day after announcing the manhunt, Tyra Faison was caught at a location in Morrow.

Tyra Faison Twins Wanted
Clayton County Sheriff's Office

Her sister Kyra Faison - who was also previously wanted on for failure to appear - initially managed to escape, but was caught, Wednesday, at a motel in College Park, the sheriff's office said. Kyra's boyfriend, Paul Mouton, was also taken into custody on unknown charges. 

Kyra Faison
Kyra Faison
Clayton County Sheriff's Office

The sheriff's office says the original incident happened Dec. 10, and left the victim with serious head injuries. They allegedly dragged the victim out of her apartment and continued to punch her, before taking her car keys and phone.

Arrest warrants said the girls knew the victim.

The sisters face a range of charges, from aggravated assault with a deadly weapon to robbery to criminal trespass-damage to property.

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