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Cattawade: Search for woman walking near railway line in Manningtree area called off

12:46 03 February 2014

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Police have called off the search for a woman who was seen walking under a railway bridge.

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Initially officer were concerned for the welfare of the woman who was walking near a railway line in Cattawade on the Suffolk/Essex border around 11.35am.

A police dog unit was called to the scene and the force helicopter was launched to help search for the woman, however nothing untoward has been found and the search has been called off.

Anyone with information or who may know the identity of the woman should call 101.

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