UPDATE: Mom and child found in South Carolina unharmed, officials say there "voluntarily"

Police say Magen and her 10-month-old child were found unharmed in South Carolina living with Daniel Cluney. Police say it appeared they were there voluntarily.
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BURLINGTON, Iowa (KWQC) - UPDATE: Magen Clark and her 10-month-old child have been found safe and unharmed according to officials.

Police say they received a tip that Magan, her child and a man who was wanted out of Burlington were living together in McBee, South Carolina.

Police say 32-year-old Daniel Cluney had three warrants out of Des Moines County. Detectives in Iowa contacted officials in South Carolina who were able to respond to the address. Once South Carolina officials arrived, Cluney was arrested without incident.

Officials say Magen and her child "appeared to be there voluntarily" according to a press release.

Cluney's warrants were for 1st-degree Burglary, being a felon in control of a gun and going armed with intent, all felonies.

His bond has been set to $37,000.

ORIGINAL: Police in Burlington are asking for the community's help in locating a missing woman and her child.

22-year-old Magen Ellen Clark of Burlington and her 10-month-old daughter were last seen on July 6. Magen's family from Kansas reported her and the child missing on July 23.

Police say Magen may be traveling in a maroon 1991 Nissan Stanza 4-door with Iowa license plate number GTV986.

Anyone with information about their whereabouts is encouraged to call the Burlington Police Department at 319-753-8366 or Crime Stoppers at 319-753-6835.