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June 24, 2009

Car believed to be Sanford's found at South Carolina airport

Posted: 12:19 AM ET

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The car is believed to be the one Sanford used to leave town.

The car is believed to be the one Sanford used to leave town.

COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) – The black Chevy Suburban believed to have been used by South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford to leave town has been found in the parking lot of Columbia Metropolitan Airport.

CNN was alerted to its location by a law enforcement official.

Sanford is expected to return to Columbia tomorrow after a mysterious six-day absence. His office has said the governor, a possible 2012 presidential candidate, has been hiking the Appalachian Trail to clear his head after a tough legislative session.

The SUV is outfitted with blue police lights and two-way radio. Inside the vehicle: A baseball cap, running shoes, sunscreen, a pair of shorts, a canvas bag and a sleeping bag.

A parking permit for the school attended by Sanford’s children is visible on the windshield.

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Brenda   June 24th, 2009 10:16 am ET

isn't buenos aires a good place to get a cheap face lift/tummy tuck? just a thought but how cheap can you get? you have to do this on our dime, not taking any legitimate time off? puh-lease ....


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