Land search called off in missing Gornal teenager case

Natalie Putt Natalie Putt left a newborn baby, who continues to be cared for by relatives

A search of land in South Staffordshire has been called off by police looking into the disappearance of a teenage mother 10 years ago.

Police searching for Natalie Putt were investigating private land off Stourbridge Road in Wombourne after receiving new information.

Miss Putt went missing from her home in Thornleigh, Lower Gornal in 2003.

Originally from Aberystwyth in Wales, she was 17 at the time and had an 11-week-old baby boy.

West Midlands Police said nothing significant had been found by detectives and specialist officers.

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