Sketch was released while police were trying to identify bodies found in New York, later identified as Fairfax's Rotana Farea and Tara Farea. (NYPD / NYPD) Tom Jackman Reporter covers criminal justice locally and nationally on October 28 at 4:48 pm New York officials have given no cause of death to two young women in Fairfax County whose bodies were found Wednesday at the edge of the Hudson River. The police were not determined when they were victims of a criminal act. New York police said Rotana Farea, 22, and her 16-year-old sister, Tala Farea, were found on Wednesday afternoon near 68th Street and Riverside Drive in the Upper. West Side of Manhattan. Police said both men were tied together around the waist and feet with tape. Their bodies were identified Friday. Tala Farea was classified as missing by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as of August 24, and "could be with her sister," said the center. Apparently, Rotana Farea would have lived at Skyline Towers in Baileys Crossroads and in the Fairfax Corner area of the county, according to the archives. No family members or friends could be located on Sunday. The police told The New York Post that she thought the women had entered the river by the George Washington Bridge, and then floated more than 100 blocks south, just below Riverside Park, which was on the waterfront. extends 50 blocks along the west side of Manhattan. Detective Chief of Police New York Dermot Shea told the Post "that they were not in the water that long." A New York police spokesman said Sunday that police were waiting for autopsy results on the sisters before determining whether there was a homicide. A spokeswoman for the Chief Medical Examiner's Office did not return messages on Sunday looking for information. .