Missing Blackburn teen found safe and well

Cameron Stanger

Cameron Stanger

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MISSING Blackburn teenager Cameron Stanger has been found safe and well in the Shadsworth area and has now returned home to his family.

Cameron Stanger, of Cabin End Road, Knuzden, didn’t return to his home after leaving Our Lady and St John Catholic College.

Police launched an appeal for information into the whereabouts of the 16-year-old after growing concerned for his welfare.

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5:51pm Sun 16 Mar 14

onsidecobra says...

Cabin End ROAD, Knuzden.
Cabin End ROAD, Knuzden. onsidecobra
  • Score: 3

6:23pm Sun 16 Mar 14

woolywords says...

Cameron,
Call someone in your family, just to let them know that you are safe and well, as they will be thinking the very worst has happened to you and will be frantic with worry.
In fact, legally, at the age of 16, you can approach any police offer, produce ID and say that you are OK and they won't arrest you, assuming that you have done no wrong along the way.
There again, you could always go home, face the wrath of your Father, for you having upset your Mum. He'll do the usual thing and shout a lot, then let your Mum deal with you.
Then there's the tears of your Mum, whose has barely slept with the worry.
Go home Lad, stop her from worrying about you. She bore you, washed and wiped you, cherished and fed you, kept you warm, safe and loved, like no other.
That knobbly bit, in the middle of your belly, binds you to her, FOREVER, and so, you can never be a real man, if you turn your back upon her and hurt her like you are, now.
Nothing, in this whole wide world, compares to that love, that only a mother gives to you. Mine moans at me, that I'm overweight, that e-cigs can't be good for me, drinking wine is the same as drinking pints, I don't phone her often enough and she hasn't seen me in ages...and I'm over 60!
My Mum is the best one in the world, ever, and I love her to bits, just as she loves me, too much.
Cameron, go home, as there's nothing in this world that she can't solve.
Cameron, Call someone in your family, just to let them know that you are safe and well, as they will be thinking the very worst has happened to you and will be frantic with worry. In fact, legally, at the age of 16, you can approach any police offer, produce ID and say that you are OK and they won't arrest you, assuming that you have done no wrong along the way. There again, you could always go home, face the wrath of your Father, for you having upset your Mum. He'll do the usual thing and shout a lot, then let your Mum deal with you. Then there's the tears of your Mum, whose has barely slept with the worry. Go home Lad, stop her from worrying about you. She bore you, washed and wiped you, cherished and fed you, kept you warm, safe and loved, like no other. That knobbly bit, in the middle of your belly, binds you to her, FOREVER, and so, you can never be a real man, if you turn your back upon her and hurt her like you are, now. Nothing, in this whole wide world, compares to that love, that only a mother gives to you. Mine moans at me, that I'm overweight, that e-cigs can't be good for me, drinking wine is the same as drinking pints, I don't phone her often enough and she hasn't seen me in ages...and I'm over 60! My Mum is the best one in the world, ever, and I love her to bits, just as she loves me, too much. Cameron, go home, as there's nothing in this world that she can't solve. woolywords
  • Score: 32

6:35pm Sun 16 Mar 14

woolywords says...

Oh and if Cameron is sleeping on your couch, eating you out of house and home, as only a teenager can do..
Find a working phonebox, call the police and let them know that he is safe.
Your mobile phone can be traced!
It's not snitching, it's doing the right thing, by his Mum.
She needs to know that he is safe.
Am not related, just a child that knows how to treat his Mum properly.
Do the right thing by her, Cameron's Mum, please.
Oh and if Cameron is sleeping on your couch, eating you out of house and home, as only a teenager can do.. Find a working phonebox, call the police and let them know that he is safe. Your mobile phone can be traced! It's not snitching, it's doing the right thing, by his Mum. She needs to know that he is safe. Am not related, just a child that knows how to treat his Mum properly. Do the right thing by her, Cameron's Mum, please. woolywords
  • Score: 22

6:56pm Sun 16 Mar 14

cathedral citi says...

eeeeeh, I don't know! just go home, lad....
eeeeeh, I don't know! just go home, lad.... cathedral citi
  • Score: 9

10:12pm Sun 16 Mar 14

Sister Wendy says...

Great news....he has been found, safe and sound!
Great news....he has been found, safe and sound! Sister Wendy
  • Score: 11

2:21am Mon 17 Mar 14

J-Louise says...

Sister Wendy are you sure, there was another appeal on tonights news ?
Sister Wendy are you sure, there was another appeal on tonights news ? J-Louise
  • Score: 3

8:35am Mon 17 Mar 14

Lancs Away says...

Woolywords....you almost had me in tears, that was a lovely post and glad that he has been found
Woolywords....you almost had me in tears, that was a lovely post and glad that he has been found Lancs Away
  • Score: 7

8:36am Mon 17 Mar 14

Lancs Away says...

Oh didnt see that comment, certainly hope he is safe and can trust someone enough to confide in them
Oh didnt see that comment, certainly hope he is safe and can trust someone enough to confide in them Lancs Away
  • Score: 0

10:00am Mon 17 Mar 14

saloon drifter says...

onsidecobra wrote:
Cabin End ROAD, Knuzden.
A child is missing and all you are bothered about is a spelling mistake.For Gods sake go and do something useful.
[quote][p][bold]onsidecobra[/bold] wrote: Cabin End ROAD, Knuzden.[/p][/quote]A child is missing and all you are bothered about is a spelling mistake.For Gods sake go and do something useful. saloon drifter
  • Score: 6

10:58am Mon 17 Mar 14

cathedral citi says...

Glad the lad's returned home safe and well.........whateve
r the reason's for leaving in the first place, he now needs to confide with his mum and dad, or both, as to the reasons why..........we all know, that at this age, our hormones and thinking are all over the place.....

Just glad the lad's back home..........
Glad the lad's returned home safe and well.........whateve r the reason's for leaving in the first place, he now needs to confide with his mum and dad, or both, as to the reasons why..........we all know, that at this age, our hormones and thinking are all over the place..... Just glad the lad's back home.......... cathedral citi
  • Score: 2

11:14am Mon 17 Mar 14

M Foster says...

This is great news. Far too many such stories in in tragedy.
This is great news. Far too many such stories in in tragedy. M Foster
  • Score: 2

11:47am Mon 17 Mar 14

foxy lass says...

Another waste of police time and resources.
Another waste of police time and resources. foxy lass
  • Score: 5

12:42pm Mon 17 Mar 14

useyourhead says...

foxy lass wrote:
Another waste of police time and resources.
I would prefer them to be looking for a missing youngster than dealing with junkie shoplifters on an eternal merrygoround of custody - bail - offend - custody - bail .... or clearing the same drunk beggars of the streets day after day. they are more of a waste of resources, and oxygen for that matter!
[quote][p][bold]foxy lass[/bold] wrote: Another waste of police time and resources.[/p][/quote]I would prefer them to be looking for a missing youngster than dealing with junkie shoplifters on an eternal merrygoround of custody - bail - offend - custody - bail .... or clearing the same drunk beggars of the streets day after day. they are more of a waste of resources, and oxygen for that matter! useyourhead
  • Score: 4

12:23am Tue 18 Mar 14

foxy lass says...

I think if you looked at how much time police spend looking for teenagers like this, people wouldn't be so understanding. Especially if officers were busy with this job, as someone was breaking into your car or house. How many times has he gone missing before? Is he well known to the police? People need not be so naive as to think that a 16year lad is necessarily vulnerable. I personally want the police to be arresting junkies, shoplifters and beggars. I must have an old fashioned view on that police should be dealing with criminals and not be an extension of the nanny state.
I think if you looked at how much time police spend looking for teenagers like this, people wouldn't be so understanding. Especially if officers were busy with this job, as someone was breaking into your car or house. How many times has he gone missing before? Is he well known to the police? People need not be so naive as to think that a 16year lad is necessarily vulnerable. I personally want the police to be arresting junkies, shoplifters and beggars. I must have an old fashioned view on that police should be dealing with criminals and not be an extension of the nanny state. foxy lass
  • Score: 1

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