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Ohio child abduction suspect and victim located in Monteagle

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A 3-year old child is headed home to Ohio after being abducted Tuesday afternoon.

A Tennessee Highway Patrol spokesperson tells Channel 3 they received a BOLO (be on the lookout) from Genoa Township Police, in Ohio around 6:40 p.m.

The vehicle was a 2015 dark blue Camaro driven by Jason Parsons, 41, Westerville, OH.  The suspect was traveling from Georgia on I-24 north.

A THP unit checked a truck stop on Monteagle at 7:20 and found the vehicle unoccupied  About 10-minutes later the suspect was located and taken into custody.  The child was located unharmed.  

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