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Ipswich: Police appeal for help in tracing missing man Aaron Weibel, 34, from Ipswich

17:00 26 May 2014

Aaron Wiebel

Aaron Wiebel

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Police trying to trace a missing man from Ipswich are appealing for help from the public.

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Aaron Weibel was reported missing yesterday evening after failing to return to accommodation in Foxhall Road.

The 34 year old is white, 5ft 11in, of stocky build, with cropped black hair and a beard. He may be wearing black tracksuit bottoms, a grey hooded top and a black beanie hat.

He may also have a pushbike with him and be carrying a reusable JD bag.

It is also thought he could have travelled to the Brighton or Crawley areas.

Mr Weibel requires regular medication and police say they are keen to trace him as soon as possible.

Police are advising the public not to approach Mr Weibel if they see him but to call police on 101.

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2 comments

  • Good point RC! Also, what is the problem with approaching Aaron?

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    Bunty

    Tuesday, May 27, 2014

  • Has a crime been committed? No? Then why are the police wasting time and money looking for people that have decided to go away for a bit.

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    RC

    Tuesday, May 27, 2014

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