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A missing Virginia girl, Isabel Hicks, to be safe, after 9 days, the alleged abductor is in custody, police say

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The search for Isabel Hicks, and came to a happy end on Wednesday night, when Virginia, the police found that the 14-year-old remain in a car with her alleged abductor.

The police took the 33-year-old Bruce William Lynch, Jr. that is, we sought to have a felony kidnapping warrant is in custody after a nine-day search, the FBI.

A MISSING VIRGINIA GIRL, 14, FEARED KIDNAPPED BY A MAN WITH SUICIDAL IDEATIONS, ” THE POLICE SAID

“The Louisa County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce that it is the vehicle by Isabel Hicks, and Bruce Lynch was stopped in Caroline County, after a short chase,” the sheriff’s office wrote on Facebook. “Bruce, Lynch, was taken into custody and Isabel Hicks was friendly, and seems to be unharmed.”

Hicks and Lynch, was located Wednesday evening in the neighbouring town of Caroline County sheriff’s office said. Hicks was found not injured, and Lynch was taken into custody.
(Louisa County Sheriff’s Office)

Hicks had disappeared from her home in Bumpass, around 1 a.m. on Oct. 21. The FBI joined the investigation the next day. The researchers have issued an Amber Alert on Oct. 25 and when they had heard that Lynch had a pistol, and have had recent suicidal ideations.”

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Lynch has been described as “the ex-boyfriend, Hicks’ mother, according to WTVR-TV. It was reportedly found in the teen left willingly with a single operation.

The couple appeared briefly on Monday night when they stopped at the house of Lynch ” s mother, Lisa, Harper, in Montpelier, the station reported. She told the outlet, of how she gave her son an ultimatum: Turn himself in or they will call the police. Lynch and Hicks ran into a nearby wooded area, and they alerted the police.

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Last week, the family members called for Hicks to reach them to let them know that she was OK.

“No matter what happens, I will always love you, and you will always be my best friend,” he said, Hicks’ older brother, Blake Saylor.

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