Men who fled A14 crash near ASDA and searched for by police helicopter still missing

Stock image of the police helicopter.

Stock image of the police helicopter. - Credit: Archant

Police are still searching for two men who fled a crash on the A14 earlier this week.

Officers were called to reports of a single-vehicle collision involving a car which ended up in a ditch, possibly after rolling, on the eastbound carriageway near ASDA supermarket at 1pm on Tuesday.

Suffolk Constabulary said the two occupants of the vehicle, both men, fled the scene after the crash.

It is believed they crossed the dual carriageway before heading on foot towards Paper Mill Lane in Bramford.

The police helicopter helped officers in trying to find the pair, but the force was unable to locate them.

One of the men was possibly wearing an orange top, police said.

The incident led to delays on both carriageways on the A14 in the area due to debris. The road had fully reopened by 4pm.

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Witnesses, or anyone with information about the incident, are urged to call police on 101.