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Missing teen found after huge search by family and friends

CONCERNED: John Lyons,  (pictured centre, grey coat) father of missing Horden teenager Natasha Jade Lyons, with other members of their family and friends and neighbours, gathered outside Horden Social Welfare Centre on Wednesday night during the search for Natasha. Her grandfather Kevin Williams (2nd left) and aunt Lyndsey Williams (3rd left)

CONCERNED: John Lyons, (pictured centre, grey coat) father of missing Horden teenager Natasha Jade Lyons, with other members of their family and friends and neighbours, gathered outside Horden Social Welfare Centre on Wednesday night during the search for Natasha. Her grandfather Kevin Williams (2nd left) and aunt Lyndsey Williams (3rd left)

A TEENAGER who went missing from home for two nights has been found safe and well.

Fourteen-year-old Natasha Jade Lyons had not been seen since she left the family home in Cotsford Park, Horden, on Tuesday tea-time.

Her disappearance sparked a search of the village led by family and friends.

But Natasha’s aunt Lyndsey Williams confirmed that Natasha was found safely on Thursday morning and was in the process of being reunited with her mother.

Family members, friends and neighbours gathered at the Welfare Centre in the village on Wednesday evening to organise search parties.

Relatives say she had not been seen since she stormed out of the house she shares with mum Michelle Robson and her brothers and sisters in Cotsford Park, Horden.

Among those searching were dad John Lyons and granddad Kevin Williams.

“She had a disagreement with her mum, she packed her bag and ran out of the house,” said Kevin.

 

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