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Have you seen missing Ipswich man Dayle Saunders, 23, last seen in Cauldwell Hall Road?

PUBLISHED: 17:35 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:58 09 November 2017

Dayle Saunders has been reported missing from Ipswich. Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY

Dayle Saunders has been reported missing from Ipswich. Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY


A public appeal has been issued to help find an Ipswich man who was reported missing this afternoon.

Dayle Saunders, 23, was reported missing at 2.30pm after he was last seen leaving his home address in Cauldwell Hall Road, in the east of the town, at around 11.30am today.

Police issued an appeal this afternoon for help to trace Mr Saunders.

When last seen he was wearing beige trousers, a blue hooded top with Aztec green designs on and a grey shirt with the slogan “I get out of bed for this!”

He has peroxide blonde hair which is around four inches long with brown roots and has a ginger coloured beard.

A police spokesman said inquiries to locate Mr Saunders were continuing.

Anyone who has seen Mr Saunders or a person matching the description given should contact Suffolk police on 101 quoting CAD 230 of today, Thursday 9 November.

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