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Ipswich/Essex: Police appeal for help in tracing missing 14-year-old Connor Horner

09:09 23 April 2014

Connor Horner, 14, from Great Dunmow in Essex, went missing while in Copdock, near Ipswich, today, Thurday April 17

Connor Horner, 14, from Great Dunmow in Essex, went missing while in Copdock, near Ipswich, today, Thurday April 17


Police in Ipswich are asking for help to try to locate a missing 14-year-old boy to ensure that he is safe and well.

Connor Horner, 14, from Great Dunmow in Essex, was being taken back to his home address yesterday afternoon when at about 3.30pm, whilst stopped at a food outlet at Copdock, he ran from the car in which he was being given a lift home.

Connor is described as white, 5ft tall, with short dark brown hair, when he ran off he was wearing grey Adidas tracksuit bottoms, white trainers with blue and red stripes and was carrying a black Adidas satchel.

If you know of Connor’s whereabouts you are asked to contact the Duty Sergeant at Ipswich Police on 101.

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