Long lost sisters reunited as NYPD co-workers

Two NYPD officers in the 42nd Precinct, with lockers just a few spaces apart, have learned that they are long lost sisters.



"When they told me her name was Jasmine Molina -- I had a sister Jasmine Molina that I never met, that I met once, but I was 4," says Officer Yadarquiris Molina.



"I also heard that there was another Molina here and I also was curious because relatives and my mother told me that I had other sisters," says Officer Jasmine Molina. "I just wasn't sure of their names."



The two eventually struck up a conversation.



"One day in the locker room, she walked in. I took the time to approach her," Yadarquiris says. "We started the conversation from there, that we did have the same father, and we cried."



The two had only met once previously, when Yadarquiris, the older sister, was just 4, and Jasmine was a baby.


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