Kershaw County Sheriff’s Dept. looking for two Camden teens

LUGOFF, S.C. (WOLO) — Law enforcement is looking for two Camden teens, who are friends and have run away from home before. The Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office says Caroline Spigner was reported as a runaway on August 3 by her mother. She left her home in Camden around 6 p.m., indicating to her mom that she was going to a movie at Sandhills in Columbia. She has not returned home since. Police say Caroline actually left earlier in the week, but returned, making the comment, “you better be lucky I came back home.” She was last seen wearing blue jean shorts and a mint colored shirt. Officials say it’s possible that she’s in the northeast part of the county, or the Elgin area. Savannah Wilson was reported missing on August 5 by her mother. Officials say she left her home in Camden to spend the night with Caroline on August 1 which she did. The last time Savannah’s mother spoke to her was that day. Her mother said she could not speak to her because she did not have any minutes on her phone. Savannah’s hair is blonde now. Officers say Savannah has mentioned talking to an “older male” from Florida. No vehicle description was given, for either child.

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