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Ipswich: Missing man Aaron Weibel found ‘safe and well’ in Sussex

16:11 03 March 2014

Aaron Weibel has been found

Aaron Weibel has been found

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An Ipswich man reported missing has been found “safe and well” in Sussex, police have said.

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Aaron Weibel has been found after the 33-year-old was reported missing to police at 6pm on Sunday.

A Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said: “Police in Ipswich can confirm that missing Ipswich man, Aaron Weibel, has been located in Sussex, safe and well.

“Police would like to thank the public and media for their support in this missing person enquiry.”

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