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UPDATE 10:44 a.m. Two missing West Virginia girls allegedly abducted by a family member have been found safe and sound.
An Amber Alert issued in West Virginia and Ohio was cancelled around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.
The two girls, Shainia Tenney, 16, and seven-month-old Grace Tenney were found along Interstate 79 in Lewis County, West Virginia.
West Virginia State Police said they believed the girls were abducted by Margel Tenney, who is being investigated for alleged sexual abuse of the girls.
He is in custody at the state police detatchment in Lewis County.
UPDATE 10:04 a.m. Two missing West Virginia girls allegedly abducted by a family member have been found safe and sound.
A statewide Amber Alert had been issued for Shaina Tenney, 16 and seven-month-old Grace Tenney Tuesday.
West Virginia State Police said the pair was believed to have been taken by Margel Tenney, 57.
The girls were last seen near Upshur County in West Virginia.
Tenney is being investigated for alleged sexual abuse against the girls.
An Amber Alert has been issued statewide in Ohio for two girls that were abducted by a family member and believed to be in extreme danger.
West Virginia State Police say both girls were last seen near Upshur County West Virginia but are believed to have entered into Washington County about 9 p.m. last night.
The suspect is believed to be 57-year-old Margel Tenney who stands 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 185 pounds.
He is driving a tan 2003 Ford Taurus four door with the West Virginia license plate 2-L-W-1-7-9.
Tenney is being investigated for sexual abuse against the girls.
Police are looking for seven-month-old Grace Hope Tenney and 16-year-old Shaina Nicole Tenney.
Grace Hope Tenney is listed at 2 feet 4 inches tall weighing 19 pounds with black hair and blue eyes.
Shaina Nicole Tenney is listed at 5 feet 2 inches tall weighing 225 pounds with black hair and hazel eyes.
Police ask for you to call 9-1-1 if you see the vehicle.