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Police appeal to help find missing Ipswich woman Natalie Robinson

PUBLISHED: 11:47 14 October 2018

Suffolk police have appealed for help to find missing Ipswich woman Natalie Robinson. Picture; SUFFOLK POLICE

Suffolk police have appealed for help to find missing Ipswich woman Natalie Robinson. Picture; SUFFOLK POLICE

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Suffolk police have issued a plea in bid to find Ipswich woman Natalie Robinson who has been reported missing from her home near the town centre.

She was last seen leaving her home address at noon on Saturday heading towards the Alexandra Park area of town.

She is described as being 5’9” tall with shoulder length ginger hair. She was last seen wearing a grey top, black leggings and grey addidas sliders.

Her partner and police officers are concerned for her welfare and are asking anyone who has seen Ms Robinoson or who has any information on where she may be to contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting CAD 535 of 13 October 2018.

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