A march for Kennedy
By John Joyce
Published in News on September 21, 2012 1:46 PM
Linda Martin stands in prayer as she holds a homemade sign pleading for the return of Kennedy McLaurin Jr. during a march and vigil in downtown Goldsboro late Thursday afternoon. The march, which started at the intersection of Bain and Holly streets and ended at the Goldsboro police station, was held to bring the 16-year-old home. Police believe he was abducted earlier this month.
Family, friends and neighbors share fliers with Kennedy McLaurin's picture on them as they pray for his safe return. More than 100 people gathered to express their support for the teen and his family.
Several hundred people marched to the Goldsboro police station Thursday in honor of a missing 16-year-old, united in prayer as they wished for his safe return home. Family, friends and concerned neighbors marched through the city carrying pictures of...
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