Missing Great Dunmow teenager found safe and well

10:03 23 April 2014

Connor Horner

Connor Horner

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Missing teenager from Great Dunmow has been found safe and well in Ipswich.

Connor Horner went missing from the Copdock area of the town on Friday.

The 14-year-old was being taken back to his home when he ran from the car he was being given a lift home.

Police would like to thank the public and media for their support in finding him.

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