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Search launched for missing Ipswich man Robin Bowles

PUBLISHED: 16:48 13 October 2018 | UPDATED: 10:07 14 October 2018

A search has been launched by police for a 31-year-old man from Ipswich reported missing.

Suffolk police this afternoon launched an appeal to trace Robin Bowles, who was last seen at around 9am on Friday, October 12, in the Whitton area of Ipswich.

He is white, around 5ft 5in tall, of medium build and with short dark hair.

Officers believe he may be wearing a Ladbrokes work uniform – a red shirt and black trousers.

A force spokesman said he is believed to regularly visit the BMX track behind Whitton Church Lane in Ipswich and All Saints Church, Sproughton.

Anyone who may have seen him or has any information on his location should contact police on 101.

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