FBI Assisting Search For Runaway Teens Who May Have Fled To NY Or NH

BOSTON (CBS) – Police are looking for two runaway teens who took a taxi to South Station and then disappeared early Sunday morning.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Karen Twomey reports.

The teens, 13-year-old Connor Southard and 14-year-old Laura Dixon, were picked up by the taxi at around 1:30 a.m. at Gordon College and took it to South Station.

Police believe the teens may have been headed to New York City or New Hampshire.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton reports.

Southhard, of Manchester, Mass., is described as 5’7″ with a thin build and short dirty blond hair. He was believed to be wearing short light blue coat, a dark winter cap, and dark pants carrying a black nap sack with “Connor” printed on it.

Dixon, of Wenham, is described as 5’4″ with a thin build and possibly red hair. Police said she may have changed her hair color prior to leaving. She may be wearing a short light blue coat, dark winter hat, carrying a dark back pack. Police said she walks with a limp due to a foot injury and is without her protective boot.

Authorities in Massachusetts, New York, and New Hampshire and with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and FBI are investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to call Wenham Police at 978-468-4000 or the Manchester by-the-sea Police at 978-526-1212.


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