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Aiken County runaway, 14, sought

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Investigators from the Aiken Department of Public Safety are asking for the public’s help to find a 14-year-old runaway.

Kerrie Elaine Edgerley reportedly ran away while in Department of Social Services custody on May 20, according to authorities.  Special
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Kerrie Elaine Edgerley reportedly ran away while in Department of Social Services custody on May 20, according to authorities.



Doug Stutsman
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Kerrie Elaine Edgerley is described as a white girl with hazel eyes and brown hair, 5 feet 5 inches tall and about 130 pounds.

Edgerley ran away while in Department of Social Services custody on May 20, according to Lt. Jake Mahoney.

Investigators think that Edgerley is moving from residence to residence in the Aiken, New Ellenton and Midland Valley area.

Anyone with information can contact the Aiken Department of Public Safety at (803) 642-7620.

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TrulyWorried
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TrulyWorried 06/28/14 - 03:24 pm
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Girl that ran away

on May 20th ? And NOW on June 28th they post her picture and ask for assistance? Why such a long time before publication?

corgimom
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corgimom 06/28/14 - 05:50 pm
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She's a ward of the state,

She's a ward of the state, and due process has to happen before her privacy is violated.

It's not an abduction, there's no evidence of a crime.

Foster kids, sadly, run away all the time. It's the norm rather than the exception.

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