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Natalie Putt: Police probe telephone box caller

Natalie Putt was reported missing in 2003 Credit: West Midlands Police

Detectives investigating the disappearance of a young mother who has been missing for 14 years have received potentially "crucial information" from a caller.

Natalie Putt, from Lower Gornal in Dudley, was just 17 years old when she went missing in September 2003.

Detective inspector Ian lliffe of West Midlands Police said: "We have received a phone call from a man in a telephone box in Lake Street area of Gornal with specific information that has the potential to lead to the person responsible for Natalie's death."

Inspectors are urging the caller to contact them again as they say he may have crucial information to help their investigation.

Police have been exhuming graves in a Gornal cemetery in the hunt for the missing mother-of-one.



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