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Ipswich man Andrew Vane, 29, reported missing

PUBLISHED: 14:05 04 February 2018 | UPDATED: 06:23 05 February 2018

Police have found a body in Chelmondiston. Picture: ARCHANT

Police have found a body in Chelmondiston. Picture: ARCHANT

A 29-year-old man was reported missing from his home in Ipswich in the early hours of today.

See here for an update on this story.

Andrew Vane had last been seen at his home address in Seckford Road, Ipswich on Friday, February 2 when he left to travel to work in Ipswich town centre.

Ordinarily, he would catch the Route 66 Bus from Penzance Road, Kesgrave.

Andrew is described as a slim white male, 6ft 3in tall with short dark hair and a short dark beard.

He was believed to be wearing black jeans, black jacket khaki grey shirt and carrying a dark bag when he was last seen.

To help, call Suffolk police on 101 quoting CAD 58 of February 4.

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