Fears as second prostitute goes missing

DETECTIVES refused to rule out last night the disappearance of two young prostitutes in Ipswich could be linked - saying they were “extremely” concerned for their safety.

By Danielle Nuttall

DETECTIVES refused to rule out last night the disappearance of two young prostitutes in Ipswich could be linked - saying they were “extremely” concerned for their safety.

A second police investigation was launched in the early hours of yesterday after Gemma Adams, 25, failed to return home after heading into the town to work as a prostitute.

Her disappearance comes less than three weeks after teenager Tania Nicol, who also worked as a prostitute, went missing.


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Police admitted last night there were “obvious similarities” between the two disappearances and said they were extremely concerned for both girls' welfare.

For the full story, read Thursday's East Anglian Daily Times.

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