Missing man contacts police

A DISTRAUGHT wife has today spoken of her heartache after her husband who has been missing for two weeks told police he will not be returning to his family.

A DISTRAUGHT wife has today spoken of her heartache after her husband who has been missing for two weeks told police he will not be returning to his family.

Primrose Harrison, 51, told The Evening Star she has been sick with worry since her husband of 33 years Robert Harrison went missing without a trace on March 8.

The couple have four children together.

Police have now located Mr Harrison but have been told by him that he has no plans to return home.


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Mrs Harrison, of Inverness Road, Ipswich, was delivered the bad news when officers visited her home.

She said: “They informed me he is safe and well and has all his medication but told me he doesn't want to come back to Ipswich.

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“I tried to find out where he is but they said they are not obliged to tell me.

“We have been married for 33 years, I have been through all this suffering but they can't tell me where he is.

“I am lost and heartbroken at the moment.

“The family are trying to stay strong for me but each one of them has broken down.

“He has just turned his back on his whole family and for what reason we don't know.”

Mrs Harrison said news that her husband does not want to return has left the family in limbo.

“I don't know what I'm going to do,” she said.

“I am beside myself and feel very hurt.

“Being his wife I would hope that any problems he has he would speak to me about.”

Have you been through a similar experience as the Harrison family? Write to Your Letters, Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, IP4 1AN or e-mail eveningstarletters@eveningstar.co.uk.

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