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Ipswich: Sam Lockwood, 17, reported missing before Christmas, has now been found

12:06 16 January 2013

Police say Sam Lockwood has been found.

Police say Sam Lockwood has been found.

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A SUFFOLK teenager reported missing before Christmas has been found, police have confirmed.

Sam Lockwood, 17, of Bishop’s Hill, Ipswich, had not been seen by his family since December 13.

He was reported missing on December 18.

But a police spokeswoman said on Wednesday: “Police can confirm that Sam Lockwood, the missing 17-year-old from Ipswich has now been found.

“He was reported missing to police on 18 December.

“Police would like to thank the media and members of the public for their assistance with this appeal.”

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  • Thanks for the update - a real good news story. Hope the lad has a good future after this ordeal.

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    Steve Blake

    Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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