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AMBER Alert For SC Girl Canceled, Suspect Still On The Run

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An AMBER Alert for a young South Carolina girl and her mother who were abducted in Berkeley County has been canceled.  The suspect remains on the run. An AMBER Alert for a young South Carolina girl and her mother who were abducted in Berkeley County has been canceled. The suspect remains on the run.
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An AMBER Alert for a young South Carolina girl and her mother who were abducted in Berkeley County has been canceled.  The suspect remains on the run, according to authorities.

The alert was issued Monday morning for the 17 and 36-year-old.  Investigators say they were abducted from separate addresses in St. Stephens by 36-year-old Telly Darnell McClam.

Authorities say both women were recovered after McClam crashed his car and fled on foot. Police say the mother and McClam had dated in the past.

In 1999, McClam was sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to burglary and second-degree criminal sexual conduct. State authorities say he was released from prison in March 2012.

If you have any information that may help investigators catch catch McClam, call 911.

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