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Update: Missing Coddenham man Matthew Landers found

11:32 26 January 2014

Matthew Landers

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Missing Coddenham man Matthew Landers has been found alive and well, police said today.

A spokeswoman said he had been found in Ipswich.

Mr Landers, 40, of High Street, Coddenham, had been missing since 10am on Friday.

He attended his work address in London Road, Capel St Mary, but walked out, leaving his car at the premises.

A police spokeswoman said: “Police can confirm that missing Coddenham man Matthew Landers has been found alive and well in Ipswich.

“Police would like to thank the public and media for their support with this missing person enquiry.”

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