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Ipswich: Growing concerns for missing man John Dickerson

PUBLISHED: 17:41 05 June 2014

Missing man John Dickerson

Missing man John Dickerson

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The family of a man are growing concerned for his welfare as he has not been seen for more than two weeks.

John Dickerson, 44, of Ipswich, was reported missing to police on Sunday with his loved one’s last sighting of him was on May 18.

Attempts have been made to contact John but he has not been in touch.

He is described as white, 5ft 9ins, of medium build, with black receding hair, a beard and wears glasses.

If anyone knows of his whereabouts contact Ipswich police on 101.

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  • I hope he is found soon, I will be thinking of him and his family.

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    tracy seymour

    Thursday, June 5, 2014

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