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Horry County Police make contact with missing 17-year-old girl

Symaria Shannon (Source: HCPD) Symaria Shannon (Source: HCPD)
Ryan Graham (Source: HCPD) Ryan Graham (Source: HCPD)
Silver, 2003, Volkswagon Jetta, with SC license plate number LTL591 Silver, 2003, Volkswagon Jetta, with SC license plate number LTL591

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Horry County Police have made contact with a 17-year-old girl from Conway who has been missing since Friday.

Symaria Shannon is expected to return to the area, according to a news release from Lt. Raul Denis.

Shannon was believed to be in the company of Ryan Graham. Graham, age 26, is currently on probation after serving time for having an inappropriate relationship with Symaria two years ago.

There is an active arrest warrant for Graham for violating his probation. Graham is 5 ft. 10 in. tall, 166 pounds, and has multiple tattoos on his face and arms, and one of them states “Death before Dishonor” on his neck.

Ryan Graham and Symaria Shannon were believed to be traveling in his car, a silver, 2003, Volkswagon Jetta, with SC license plate number LTL591.

Horry County Police responded to the missing person complaint in the Conway area of Horry County on Friday, November 13, 2015. Symaria’s mother reported her missing when she did not return home as scheduled and she found her car abandoned at a nearby business.

Officials with HCPD expressed their gratitude to everyone that helped locate Shannon.

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