Police release image of Omega watch missing Kesgrave man Paul Moore was wearing at time of his disappearance
PUBLISHED: 16:05 02 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:57 02 March 2018
Police have released a picture of a watch missing Kesgrave man Paul Moore was believed to be wearing at the time of his disappearance.
Mr Moore, 44, was last seen at around 4pm on Tuesday, February 6, in the Nacton village area and was reported missing to police two days later.
Officers involved in finding Mr Moore believe he was wearing an Omega brand watch at the time which may have later become lost or mislaid.
The watch is described as an Omega Seamaster Chronograph Professional model with a black dial steel case and bracelet bearing the serial number 86673098.
Police are urging anyone who may have seen the watch, or which has been offered it for sale to come forward.
Large scale searches took place on the weekend of February 24 and 25 in the Nacton foreshore area and nearby wooded areas as well as parts of Orwell Country Park.
Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue and HM Coastguard assisted officers in their search.
Police are conducting investigations to build a picture of Mr Moore’s last movements.
While it remains a missing person enquiry, the Major Investigation Team is now supervising the investigation to establish the circumstances around Mr Moore’s disappearance.
When he was last seen, Mr Moore was wearing white trainers, grey jogging bottoms and a distinctive Dolce & Gabbana grey hooded top with pink flowers on it.
He is described as white, around 6ft tall, of stocky build with mousy hair.
Police and his family remain concerned for his welfare.
Officers are also appealing for anyone who was in and around car park areas of Shore Lane or Orwell Country Park on Tuesday, February 6, to get in touch.
On Sunday, February 25, a man in his 30s from the Ipswich area was arrested in connection with the inquiry but was later released under investigation.
Anyone with information regarding Mr Moore’s whereabouts or who has information regarding the watch is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101.
Alternatively contact the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through their online form here.