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Family of missing Bury St Edmunds man ‘seriously concerned’ for his welfare as police launch appeal for help

PUBLISHED: 23:50 13 February 2018 | UPDATED: 00:03 14 February 2018

Trevor O'Sullivan's family are said to be 'seriously concerned' by his disappearance. Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE

Trevor O'Sullivan's family are said to be 'seriously concerned' by his disappearance. Picture: SUFFOLK POLICE


Police are appealing for help to trace a 30-year-old man who has been missing from his home in Bury St Edmunds for the last week.

Suffolk police say the circumstances in which Trevor O’Sullivan left his home have raised serious concerns with his family.

Despite attempts by detectives to locate Trevor, he has still not been found sparking an urgent police appeal.

Trevor is described as a slim white man, 6ft 1in tall with short ginger hair.

It is not known what clothing he would be wearing.

Officers are appealing for sightings or information as to where Trevor might be to be reported via 101.

Callers should quote the reference SC-13022018-315.

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