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Suffolk: Have you seen this man? Hollesbay Bay prisoner absconds

PUBLISHED: 22:00 28 March 2014 | UPDATED: 22:00 28 March 2014

Police need help to trace this Hollesley Bay absconder, Jason Peters

Police need help to trace this Hollesley Bay absconder, Jason Peters

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A Suffolk prisoner has failed to return to Hollesley Bay following a period of leave.

Police need help to trace Jason Peters, 38, was serving 32 months for conveying a List A article into a prison. He left the prison on Sunday and was due to return at 4.45pm today, however he failed to show up and was reported as missing to police.

Peters is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall, of thin build, brown hair and blue eyes. He has a scar on the right side of his face, a tribal tattoo on his neck and a tattoo of a flower on his right arm. He is also known to have connections in the Nottinghamshire area.

If you can help please contact police on 101.

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