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Ipswich: Police hunt for missing 28-year-old Tracey Kingwell

PUBLISHED: 10:49 25 February 2014 | UPDATED: 15:46 25 February 2014

Tracey Kingwell, 28, reported missing from Wherstead Road, Ipswich

Tracey Kingwell, 28, reported missing from Wherstead Road, Ipswich

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Police need help to trace a missing 28-year-old woman from Ipswich.

Tracey Kingwell left her home address in Wherstead Road at around 3:30pm yesterday and has not been seen since.

Police believe she left on foot and is believed to still be in the Ipswich area.

She is described as white, around 5ft 6ins, of small build and with dark brown shoulder length hair. She was last seen wearing a green jacket with fur hood, leggings and a denim skirt/hot pants.

Police are growing increasingly concerned for Tracey’s welfare and are appealing for anyone who may have seen her to contact Ipswich Police immediately on 101.

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