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Meaghan McGee has been found

Meaghan McGee (SOURCE: Ohio Attorney General) Meaghan McGee (SOURCE: Ohio Attorney General)

Cleveland Police say that on Friday, June 21, at approximately 7:30 p.m., missing teen, Meaghan McGee was located in good condition in the First District in the 13100 block of Terminal Avenue. She is currently being interviewed by detectives.

 

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