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Missing woman Jamie Lynn Cross found safe

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HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Horry County Police confirm missing woman Jamie Lynn Cross has been found safe after over a week of searching.

The Facebook page dedicated to finding 24-year-old Jamie Lynn Cross and Horry County Police have confirmed that she was located safe on Thursday, Jan. 2. They have determined that no crime was committed.

According to her sister, Jamie was last seen on December 23. In a flyer provided by her sister, it states the 24-year-old was missing from Myrtle Beach and was last seen leaving her home around 5 p.m. in a green Volkswagen. The family later said that the vehicle was actually a green Volvo station wagon.  

She was expected to return home around 10 p.m. but never did.

"I feel this must be taken seriously. This is not something common. She has disappeared, and I am deeply concerned," said her sister, Sarah Langlais.

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