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UPDATE: Man Arrested in Connection With Runaway Teenagers Investigation

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Update:

A Harrison County man is facing charges after state police said he assisted in the runaway efforts of five local teens.

They've charged Corey Nagy with five counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor after police say he gave them a ride to Myrtle Beach without their parents' permission.

Nagy was arraigned on Thursday and is out on bond.

Update:

Five teenagers deemed as runaways have been found.

Clarksburg Police said the three boys and two girls were found Saturday after traveling all the way to Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Travis Nichols, Jamey "J.J." Ritchie Junior both 15, Jasmine Snider, 13, Seth George, 15, and Angel Ritchie, 14, are all safe according to police.

Police said charges could possibly be filed by the parents against Corey Nagy, who drove the teens to Myrtle Beach.

Original Story

The Clarksburg Police Department is looking for five teenagers they've deemed runaways.

Police said the three boys and two girls may be headed to Myrtle Beach.

They are Travis Nichols, 15, Jamey "JJ" Ritchie Jr,, 15, Seth George, 15, Angel Ritchie, 14, and Jasmine Snider, 13.

They are with Corey Nagy, 20, in a 1997 green Subaru Legacy with West Virginia license plate OT 8-4-0-9.

Police said friends of the teens said they have been planning to run away for a while.

The Clarksburg Police have reported the situation to the National Crime Information Center.

If you can help, call Clarksburg Police at (304) 624-1610.