Police concern over missing boy

POLICE are becoming increasingly concerned about a 12-year-old Ipswich boy who has been missing for three days..Lemar Bennett Grant has not been seen since leaving his parents' home, in Cecil Road, to visit Ipswich library.

POLICE are becoming increasingly concerned about a 12-year-old Ipswich boy who has been missing for three days..

Lemar Bennett Grant has not been seen since leaving his parents' home, in Cecil Road, to visit Ipswich library.

He was reported missing the following day.

Although he has gone missing for short periods in the past, his family and police are extremely concerned for his safety.

Lemar spends most weekends with his parents in Ipswich and has friends living in the area. During the week he lives with a family in the Bury St. Edmunds area.

Lemar is described as black, about 4ft, with short black hair, brown eyes and of medium build. When last seen he was wearing a dark blue tracksuit with a green/grey woolly hat.

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Police are urging Lemar or anyone who knows where he is or where he might be to contact them.

Anyone with information is asked to call the duty sergeant at Ipswich police, on 01473 613500.

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