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New program seeks to reach Clark County overdose patients, save lives

Amber Alert issued for missing WV children


State police are looking for two children they believe may have been abducted by a family member and may be in extreme danger. An Amber Alert was issued for the two missing children.

Grace and Shaina Tenney were last seen at a residence located in Rock Cave, Upshur County, West Virginia.

Grace is a 7-month-old white girl with black hair and blue eyes, weighing approximately 19 pounds. She is around 2-foot-4 and was last seen wearing a flowered sundress with a pink coat, according to the alert.

Shaina is a 16-year-old white girl with black hair and hazel eyes. She is approximately 5-foot-2 and 225 pounds. Shaina was last seen wearing black stretch pants, grey shirt, a black or grey hoodie, and white tennis shoes with writing.

Authorities said the two were likely abducted by a family member by the name of Margel Tenney. They may be travelling in a 2003 tan Ford Taurus with West Virginia license plate 2LW 179. Margel is described as a 57-year-old man, 5-foot-8, 200 pounds, wearing a black sweatshirt, Redwing boots and blue jeans.

The suspect vehicle was possibly seen crossing into Ohio around 9 p.m. Tuesday on Interstate 77.

If you have any information contact the Ohio State Highway Patrol or dial 911.


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