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'BUCKWILD' cast member Shain Gandee and uncle reported missing by family in W.Va.

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SISSONVILLE, W.Va. - A cast member of the MTV reality series "BUCKWILD" and his uncle have been reported missing in West Virginia.

The Kanawha County Sheriff's Department said 21-year-old Shain Gandee and his uncle, 48-year-old David Gandee, were last seen around 3 a.m. Sunday at a bar in Sissonville.

Family members said the men planned on riding their all-terrain vehicles, but did not say where. They reported the men missing after they couldn't get in contact with them Sunday.

Foul play isn't suspected, but anyone with information on the pair's whereabouts was asked to contact authorities.

Shain Gandee is the third cast member to make headlines. Salwa Amin was in custody Monday after violating terms of her release on pending drug charges. Michael Douglas Burford was charged in February with driving under the influence.

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