Two South-Central Kentucky teenagers are still on the run after fleeing from juvenile authorities.
When 17-year-old Amber Tucker and 16-year-old Brandi Murrah ran away July 1, 2007, they were listed as missing.
After the Bonnieville girls were found, they were being taken from Warren County to a juvenile facility in Morehead, Ky.
That's when the girls overpowered the driver and stole the car. The state-marked vehicle was found in Harrodsburg, but the Hart County High School students were not.
The girls, who had been in foster care in Bonnieville when they ran away, are now fugitives.
They face assault and car theft charges. The driver was not seriously injured.
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