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Ipswich: Daiva Luksyte reported missing to police by ‘concerned’ staff at Kingsley House Hotel in London Road

17:40 02 June 2014

Daiva Luksyte, who had been staying at the Kingsley House Hotel in London Road, was reported missing by concerned staff on Friday 30 May, having not been seen since Wednesday 28 May.

Daiva Luksyte, who had been staying at the Kingsley House Hotel in London Road, was reported missing by concerned staff on Friday 30 May, having not been seen since Wednesday 28 May.

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A woman staying at a hotel in Ipswich has been reported missing to police.

Daiva Luksyte, who had been staying at the Kingsley House Hotel in London Road, was reported missing by “concerned” staff on Friday after she had not been seen since Wednesday, a Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said.

The 32-year-old is described as white, of medium build, 5ft 8ins tall with dark brown shoulder length hair in a ponytail.

Call police on 101.

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