Mother wanted after abducting daughter in Henderson Co., deputies say


Peggy Cantrell (Source: Henderson County Sheriff’s Office)

UPDATE – The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office said the daughter was located and is safe.

Investigators believe the mother, Peggy Lee Cantrell, may be in Marion, N.C.

Anyone with information regarding Cantrell’s whereabouts should contact the sheriff’s office at (828) 697-4911.

HENDERSON COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – Henderson County deputies have been investigating after a mother abducted her daughter Sunday evening.

Deputies said the 13-year-old was taken by Peggy Lee Cantrell.

Cantrell was described as being 5’4″ tall with blonde hair and blue eyes, according to deputies.

Deputies said Cantrell was last seen driving a bronze or goldish colored Honda sedan with several bumper stickers on it.

She may be headed to Florida or she may be in the Rutherford County area, deputies said.

Cantrell has active warrants for felony child abduction and violation of a domestic violence protective order.

Anyone with information regarding their whereabouts should contact the sheriff’s office at (828) 697-4911.

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