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Missing teens seen in S.C.

Two teenage girls reported missing from Fairfax County were seen at a store in Columbia, S.C., on Friday, and were not believed to be under any duress at the time, officials said Tuesday.

The development led Fairfax County police to cancel an event today in which the family members of Tiffany Ghani, 16, and Tram Hoang, 15, were scheduled to speak with reporters.

The girls went missing on June 18.

-- Dan Morse

By Dan Morse  |  June 29, 2010; 9:44 AM ET
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It is a known fact that Tiffany Ghani has run away before. The Fairfax co police are well aware of this. Now that the girls are safe, who is going to be responsible for the cost of the man power dedicated to searching and locating these runaways? 9 days of police power have been wasted on two spoiled girls who were NOT abducted but chose to run away and build a huge, costly charade. Both girls should have to do at least 1000 hours of community service for their spoiled choices. Next time they run away, it should be jail time. Think of all the other "truly missing children" who could have benefited from all the man power dedicated to these two brats.

Posted by: mveers2010 | June 29, 2010 2:18 PM | Report abuse

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