Almost 150 candles were lit at St Peter's Church
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Town 'really behind' missing Cameron Comey's family

More than 140 people gathered at a Carmarthen church to light candles and say prayers for a missing 11-year-old boy.

As the search for schoolboy Cameron Comey enters its fourth day, a service was held at St Peter's Church.

It is feared Cameron, who is from the town, fell into the River Towy on Tuesday after playing with his brother.

Carmen Biggs, now living in Carmarthen, said she came because her daughter drowned aged six in the sea off Cornwall 37 years ago and she could understand the anguish of Cameron's family.

She spoke to BBC Wales' Gilbert John.

  • 20 Feb 2015
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