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Georgetown police: Runaway teen found "alive and well"

Carley Martin (Source: Georgetown Police Department) Carley Martin (Source: Georgetown Police Department)
Carley Martin (Source: Georgetown Police Department) Carley Martin (Source: Georgetown Police Department)

GEORGETOWN, SC (WMBF) – A runaway teen from Georgetown was found safe Wednesday, according to a post by the Georgetown Police Department.

A concerned citizen in the Santee Community recognized 15-year-old Carley Martin and notified authorities, holding her until they arrived, according to police.

Martin was found alive and well, officials said.

Georgetown police thanked the community for their help to find Carley in a Facebook post Wednesday night.

Martin was missing since March 22.

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