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Girl Abducted, Suspect Pursued in Police Chase

A 14-year-old Illinois girl is safe after becoming the victim of a terrifying ordeal today. 
   Police say a man with a knife took Britany Adkins from her home in Columbia, Illinois after a confrontation with her mother.
    The suspect kidnapped the girl and stole her mother's car.
    An Amber Alert was issued and not long after the suspect led police on a chase across the Mississippi River.
    The 17-year-old suspect was finally stopped and taken into custody.
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