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Concerns grow for missing Kesgrave man Paul Moore after specialist searches yield no trace

PUBLISHED: 12:42 14 February 2018

Paul Moore. 43, has been missing since February 6. Picture: CONTRIBUTED BY SUFFOLK POLICE

Paul Moore. 43, has been missing since February 6. Picture: CONTRIBUTED BY SUFFOLK POLICE

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A Suffolk man last seen with a suspected “bloodied face” remains missing despite “extensive searches” by specialist teams.

Paul Moore, 43, from Kesgrave was last seen at around 4pm on Tuesday, February 6, in the Nacton area of Ipswich.

At the time he was said to have been “possibly wearing no top and may have a bloodied face”.

He was reported to police two days later prompting searches supported by Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue teams.

With concerns growing, police have made renewed appeals for information.

“It is possible that Paul has been staying at hotels in the Ipswich area and may be checking-in under a different name,” a force spokesman said.

“Officers have been conducting enquires at local hotels as a result of this. “

Mr Moore, who is 6ft tall, of stocky build and with mousy hair, is also known to have links to Diss and Great Yarmouth in Norfolk.

“Police and family members are increasingly concerned for Paul’s welfare and so area appealing for anyone who has seen Paul to make contact,” the police spokesman added.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101.


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