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Ipswich: Police appeal for help to trace missing woman Trish Gibson

09:31 10 March 2014

Trish Gibson has been found 'safe and well'

Trish Gibson has been found 'safe and well'

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Police are appealing for help from the public in tracing a missing 30-year-old woman from Ipswich.

Trish Gibson, of Martinet Green, failed to turn up for work at 4pm on Sunday, March 9. Attempts to contact her have been made but her mobile phone has been left at her home address and she has not been heard from since.

A spokesman said: “Police believe Trish may have travelled to the Yorkshire/Lancashire area and drives a white Fiat, index EX10KNL.

“Trish is described as white, of medium build, around 5ft 4ins tall and with collar-length bob auburn hair with a purple tinge. She is thought to be wearing casual clothes but at this stage there is no further description.”

If anyone has any information that may help police or if anyone has heard from Trish they are asked to call Suffolk Police on 101.

Trish Gibson was found on Monday, March 10. Click here for more.

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