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US Marshals add registered sex offender to Ten Most Wanted

Allen Lee Biddix Allen Lee Biddix

(Columbia) July 24, 2006 - The US Marshals have added a registered sex offender to the state's Ten Most Wanted list.

Allen Lee Biddix, 18, a registered sex offender, has been added to the District of South Carolina's Ten Most Wanted list. 

Biddix is the subject of five Marion County warrants for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. 

Investigators believe Biddix left Marion County on or about July 17th in the company of three female and two male juveniles. 

Deputy marshals and Marion County investigators determined that Biddix was in Myrtle Beach, SC, and Savannah, GA, last week and believe that he is likely now in Florida with the juveniles. 

Biddix is described as a white male, 5'10" tall, 156 pounds with green eyes and blond hair. 

Biddix and the juveniles are believed to be in his turquoise blue 1994 two door Olds Achieva with South Carolina registration 372 VCU.  The front grill is broken and the car has dents on the driver's side door. 

Anyone with information regarding Biddix should call the United States Marshals Service at 1-877-WANTED2 or 843-662-0750. 

Posted 10:36am by Bryce Mursch

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