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Updated: Missing James Flatman found

PUBLISHED: 21:05 16 June 2014 | UPDATED: 06:22 17 June 2014

James Flatman, 21, from Martlesham Heath, who is missing.

James Flatman, 21, from Martlesham Heath, who is missing.

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A man who went missing from his Martlesham Heath home has been found.

James Flatman, 21, was last seen around 7am this morning, Monday June 16, and was reported as missing around 5pm after concerns for his well-being.

His disappearance was described as out of character which sparked the search.

However he was found shortly before 9pm.

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