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Murrells Inlet mom found alive after disappearing just before Christmas

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -

A 24-year-old Murrells Inlet mother who was last seen two days before Christmas has been found alive, Horry County Police and a website set up to help find her reports.

Jamie Lynn Cross was last seen leaving her Myrtle Beach home and getting into the back seat of a green Volvo station wagon around 5 p.m. on Dec. 23. 

The Facebook page set up for her announced the news of her discovery just after 6:15 pm. Thursday.

CLICK THROUGH THE SLIDESHOW ABOVE FOR IMAGES OF STILL-MISSING HEATHER ELVIS

"She is found and alive!!!!! Praise God!! Thank you all for your support." the site said.

Cross's disappearance happened less than a week after Heather Elvis, 20, of Myrtle Beach was reported missing. (Click for latest info)

There was no information about where Cross was found or where she had been, but the Cross Facebook site did say she was not abducted.

"...she left on her own. No one knew where she was, she was a missing person. She is alive and for that I am thankful to God. Now please go search for Heather Elvis," the Find Jamie Cross Facebook page said -- just before it was deleted.

Horry County Police said Thursday night that "Detectives have determined that no crime has been committed" in the Cross disappearance.

Just a day after Cross was reported missing, her friends and family started a Facebook page where they posted updates and information about Cross.

The page called "Find Jamie Cross" had nearly 4,200 folks following it for news, but it was suddenly deleted on Thursday night.

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