Update: Missing Lincoln County Teen Safely Returned Home

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Updated: 10/04/2013 11:47 pm
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office said a missing 13-year old girl was found and returned home safely.

Investigators said Emerald Loveless, 13, was met by her mother at an undisclosed location Friday around 9:30 p.m. and taken back home.

She had been missing all day.

Investigators said Loveless left a note for a friend that said she was going to Berea, then Harrodsburg and eventually California to marry Chaz Hines, 19.

The Sheriff's Office said Hines still had not been located, but was wanted for questioning in the case.

Investigators said Hines had two previous incidents where he was charged with Unlawful Interaction with a Minor.
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