CONCORD, N.H. — The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force says it has found and arrested two minimum security female inmates who went missing in April.

The marshals service says 19-year-old Annette Krikorian of Manchester and 37-year-old Krysti Stohl of Boscawen were serving part of their sentences at the Shea Farm Transitional Housing Unit in Concord. They were placed on walkaway escape status on April 13 after they were approved for separate outings and did not return.

Stohl was arrested Friday in Emory, Texas. She was serving a two-to-seven-year sentence for robbery.

Krikorian was arrested on Friday in Mobile, Ala. She was serving a one-to-four-year sentence for conduct after an accident and falsifying physical evidence.

Both were arrested without incident and are being held pending their return to New Hampshire