Police renew appeal for Natasha

POLICE investigating the disappearance of Natasha Coombs have renewed their appeal for anyone travelling on the 22.42 train from Ipswich to Manningtree on Friday, July 27 or anyone at the stations between 10.30 and 11pm.

POLICE investigating the disappearance of Natasha Coombs have renewed their appeal for anyone travelling on the 22.42 train from Ipswich to Manningtree on Friday, July 27 or anyone at the stations between 10.30 and 11pm.

The appeal comes after a group of youngsters who knew Natasha reported seeing her at Ipswich train station although they have said they didn't see her get on the train.

The youngsters then boarded the 22.42 train and got off at Manningtree station where they waited for a lift, however, they told police they did not see her at Manningtree station.

Work carried out by police on Natasha's mobile phone indicate she did get on the train at Ipswich and travelled to Manningtree.

Police are eager to speak to a group three men seen at Manningtree station, wearing suits as well as a smartly dressed man carrying a brief case who at one point used the public toilets on the station.

Anyone with information about Natasha's disappearance can call Clacton Police on 01255 221312.

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