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Sudbury: Have you seen missing man Paul Moase?

21:24 16 August 2014

Paul Moase has not been seen at his home address in Sudbury for more than a week and has not been in touch with family or friends, which is considered out of character.

Paul Moase has not been seen at his home address in Sudbury for more than a week and has not been in touch with family or friends, which is considered out of character.

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Police are anxious to trace a Suffolk man who has been reported missing.

Paul Moase has not been seen at his home address in Sudbury for more than a week and has not been in touch with family or friends, which is considered out of character, a Suffolk Constabulary spokesman said.

The 60-year-old is described as white, with blond hair.

Anyone with information about Mr Moase’s whereabouts is urged to contact Suffolk police on 101.

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