Police appeal to missing teens

POLICE in Suffolk and Cambridge are keen to trace two teenagers who have gone missing from their homes and are believed to have run off together.Officers in the two counties believe Samantha Turner, 14, of Gazeley near Newmarket and 15-year-old Guy Driscoll from Soham could be with another teenage male from the Soham area.

POLICE in Suffolk and Cambridge are keen to trace two teenagers who have gone missing from their homes and are believed to have run off together.

Officers in the two counties believe Samantha Turner, 14, of Gazeley near Newmarket and 15-year-old Guy Driscoll from Soham could be with another teenage male from the Soham area.

Samantha was reported missing on Wednesday, January 14 and Guy's family reported him missing the next day. Officers believe the teenagers are still in the Newmarket or Soham area.

Samantha has been in touch with her family since her disappearance, but police remain keen to speak to her and her friends to confirm they are safe and well.


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Acting Sgt Christopher Fiske said: "Although Samantha has made contact with her friends and family over the past few days we are keen to talk with her and her missing friends to confirm their well-being.

"Samantha was seen outside Newmarket Upper School at approximately 3.30pm on January 15 and we believe she may still be in the area or in Soham."

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Samantha is white, around 5ft 2in tall, of slim build with long dark hair. When she was last see she was wearing light blue jeans, a dark padded jacket and white Adidas trainers.

Guy is also white, 5ft 10in tall of stocky build and clean shaven. He has cropped ginger hair and a pale complexion and was wearing trainers, jeans, a navy blue or beige padded coat and a baseball cap when last seen.

Anyone with any information should call Suffolk police on 01284 774100.

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