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UPDATE: Concern for missing Eastbourne teenager

The Argus: Concern for missing Eastbourne teenager Concern for missing Eastbourne teenager

A missing teenager from Eastbourne has been found safe and well.

Summer Puttock, 17, was last seen on Friday at 2pm in Upperton Road, Eastbourne was wearing a burgundy parker-style jacket trimmed with fur, a leopard print top, black leggings and trainer style boots with heels decorated with diamonds.

Following an appeal from Sussex Police, she was found safe and well on Saturday afternoon.

Police have thanked all those who helped to trace the teenager.

 

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10:51pm Sat 29 Mar 14

Mr chock says...

missing since Friday ? its Saturday and its not snowing or winter time ... when i was 16 i would go out in the woods for hours and in winter it got dark we got lost a little ... CCTV cant keep an eye on every one can it but searching for a missing 17 year old ..ok lets hope for a good nice outcome and not something more sinister that the report has not mentioned might be the reason the "help find her report is issued.."
missing since Friday ? its Saturday and its not snowing or winter time ... when i was 16 i would go out in the woods for hours and in winter it got dark we got lost a little ... CCTV cant keep an eye on every one can it but searching for a missing 17 year old ..ok lets hope for a good nice outcome and not something more sinister that the report has not mentioned might be the reason the "help find her report is issued.." Mr chock
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11:18am Sun 30 Mar 14

From beer to uncertainty says...

Glad she was found safe and well.

Now found, I assume the only reason for the Argus reprinting a descrption of her clothing was at the request of the fashion police?
Glad she was found safe and well. Now found, I assume the only reason for the Argus reprinting a descrption of her clothing was at the request of the fashion police? From beer to uncertainty
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5:55pm Sun 30 Mar 14

Roundbill says...

From beer to uncertainty wrote:
Glad she was found safe and well.

Now found, I assume the only reason for the Argus reprinting a descrption of her clothing was at the request of the fashion police?
I thought *I wore some bizarre things when I was a teenager, but the ensemble described in this report should be nominated for an award. Is there some sort of Vivian Westwood Memorial Prize, or did I dream that?
[quote][p][bold]From beer to uncertainty[/bold] wrote: Glad she was found safe and well. Now found, I assume the only reason for the Argus reprinting a descrption of her clothing was at the request of the fashion police?[/p][/quote]I thought *I wore some bizarre things when I was a teenager, but the ensemble described in this report should be nominated for an award. Is there some sort of Vivian Westwood Memorial Prize, or did I dream that? Roundbill
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6:34pm Sun 30 Mar 14

Patsyr says...

Boots with diamonds on, in Eastbourne? No wonder she went missing!
Boots with diamonds on, in Eastbourne? No wonder she went missing! Patsyr
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7:39pm Sun 30 Mar 14

ghost bus driver says...

Nah. Fashion doesn't matter. I used to wear some combinations years ago and if anyone laughed I said "Well at least I don't look like you"

I reckon she'll look back at this picture in 10 years
and go What was I thinking lol.
Nah. Fashion doesn't matter. I used to wear some combinations years ago and if anyone laughed I said "Well at least I don't look like you" I reckon she'll look back at this picture in 10 years and go What was I thinking lol. ghost bus driver
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