In the state of Illinois a 15-year-old-girl has been found while her murderer is still on the run. The 15-year-old girl, Savannah D. Bell, was safely found. The sheriff’s office says Kameron Taylor, the murderer, still has unknown whereabouts which has made it difficult for the police to track him down. Taylor escaped from the Jerome Combs Detention Center in Kankakee at about 3 a.m. on Wednesday. Any information would be really helpful for the police to be able to find the murderer, Kameron Taylor. It is informed to not approach Taylor as he has been considered armed and dangerous, instead anyone should contact Crime Stoppers or their local law enforcement agency if they see or know anything about Kameron Taylor. An alert was sent out on Wednesday from the Kankakee County Sheriff’s office saying Bell “may be in company” of Kameron T. Taylor. Kameron Taylor, 23 years-old-age, was in the process of sentencing when he beat a guard into unconsciousness, then later taking the guards keys and uniform to escape in his SUV early on Wednesday. The chief is in suspicion that Savannah D. Bell, the 15 year-old girl, is in complete danger and should be under protection since there is a huge chance of her receiving a visit from Kameron Taylor. Taylor is a black male 5’9” in height with a weight of 170 pounds and he is in a correctional officer uniform. The SUV that was used by the murderer when he flee from jail has been found by the investigators. The SUV was found at about 8:30 a.m. in a Kankakee residential neighborhood said by Sheriff Timothy Bukowski. The officers have yet no idea if Taylor continued by foot after abandoning the car or if he has a partner that helped him escape the area. The police officers are still on the look for Kameron Taylor and are keeping watch on Savannah D. Bell to make sure she is not harmed, once again, by Taylor. There has not been any news or any idea on where Taylor could possibly be or even where he can be found. If any additional information on Taylor can be informed to Crime Stoppers at 815-93-CRIME or can be told to any local law enforcement around your area.