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Deputies: Suspect identified in Georgetown home invasion

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GEORGETOWN, SC (WCSC) -

Georgetown County deputies say they are searching for a man who forcibly restrained a woman inside her home before driving away in his victim's vehicle. 

Deputies say 30-year-old Nicholas Duncan is wanted in connection with a home invasion on Ford Village Road in the Plantersville Community on Friday afternoon.

According to a release, Duncan, while armed with a hammer and knife, restrained a woman inside her home. When the victim got away and ran to a neighbors house to call 911, Duncan fled the scene in the victim's champagne in color Tahoe.

Deputies say the Tahoe has been recovered, but the suspect is still missing. 

Duncan's last known address is 166 Ernestine Drive in Georgetown.

If you have any information on Duncan's whereabouts, call the sheriff's office at 843-546-5101.

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