Massachusetts Police Search for Runaway Teens

Connor Southard, 13, and Laura Dixon, 14, snuck out and took a late night train.
1:16 | 12/05/11

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Know that they're just being teenagers and there trying to do something exciting in. But it's petrified. Her son thirteen year old Connor south -- in fourteen year old Laura Dixon call themselves boyfriend and girlfriend. When he wasn't in his bed overnight his parents went to her -- home and she was gone too. Police say the teens snuck out -- according college and friends gave them 300 in cash around 2 AM a cab driver dropped them off at south station. The cab driver told police they paid 66 dollars and didn't tip. I was here this morning -- them on security camera footage trying to get into. The bus station. Both sets of parents are at south station showing missing teen photos on cell phones left behind. Parents discovered text messages planning the ordeal that was detected several travel by night there's a lot of -- -- bids on FaceBook but it's are hard to put it together. There was no firm saying except for the frank NH whatever that means New Haven New Hampshire transit and -- police are distributing photos in. Working with the FBI in the national center for missing and exploited children she manager here. When she put them -- she maybe walking with a little fishy about -- -- -- back.

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