Convicted drug dealer on the run
POLICE are hunting a convicted drugs dealer who is on the run from a Suffolk prison.
Francis Mills, 33, went missing from Hollesley Bay, near Woodbridge, earlier today.
He was serving a three years and eight months sentence for supplying drugs.
Initial enquiries show he made his way to Ipswich Railway Station around 7am but at this stage it is not known whether he remains in the area or whether he got onto a train.
Mills is described as white, 5ft 10ins tall, of average build, with brown hair and green eyes and a tattoo all over his shoulders.
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He has an American accent and at the time he left the prison also had a beard.
He has contacts in the Woodbridge and Ipswich area.
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If anyone sees Mills they should phone police immediately and not approach him or take any further action.
Anyone who may have seen him, or who may have information about where he is now, can call Suffolk police on 01473 613500 or contact their nearest police station.