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Police issue CCTV image showing possible sighting of missing Ipswich man Matthew Whyman

PUBLISHED: 19:15 18 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:35 19 October 2017

CCTV image of missing Ipswich man Mattthew Whyman. Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY

CCTV image of missing Ipswich man Mattthew Whyman. Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY

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Detectives have released a new picture in an effort to find a 35-year-old man who has gone missing from Ipswich.

Matthew Whyman disappeared on October 10 and police are concerned for his welfare.

A CCTV image issued by Suffolk Constabulary this afternoon shows a possible sighting of him in Burrell Road on October 11.

It is thought he may have been heading in the direction of Ipswich railway station.

Matthew is described as a white man, who is bald and has a beard.

He is 6ft 2ins tall and is believed to be wearing beige trousers with a navy SuperDry hoodie.

The 35-year-old is considered vulnerable and police are appealing for information to help trace him.

Matthew had last been seen at his home address in Ipswich at 7.15am last Tuesday.

Anyone who believes they may have seen him, and those who have information regarding his whereabouts, are being encouraged to call Suffolk police on 101.

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