Ipswich/Hollesley: Duo face ‘no further action’ in relation to Luke Durbin disappearance

Luke Durbin

Luke Durbin - Credit: Archant

TWO MEN arrested in relation to the disappearance of Luke Durbin have had the bail cancelled and will face no further action.

CCTV still from outside the bus station in Ipswich (Friday 12 May 2006) of Luke Durbin

CCTV still from outside the bus station in Ipswich (Friday 12 May 2006) of Luke Durbin - Credit: Contributed

Police today said a 41-year-old man, who was arrested on suspicion of murder, and a 26-year-old arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the murder of Luke, would face “no further action against them at this stage”.

Police today renewed their appeal for information about Luke’s disapperance which happened in May 2006.

Luke Durbin, then aged 19, was reported missing to Suffolk Police by his mother, Nicki, on May 13, 2006.

He had spent the evening of May 11, through to the early hours of the following day, with friends in Ipswich and failed to return to his home in Hollesley, near Woodbridge.

CCTV images show Luke walking near the bus station in Dogs Head Street, Ipswich, at around 4am on May 12.

A witness also reported seeing Luke in Woodbridge in a dark blue Renault Megane being driven by a black man. This sighting was between 11am and 2pm on Saturday, May 13, near to the rear entrance to the Turban Centre car park on Quay Side, Woodbridge.

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Detective Superintendent John Brocklebank from the Joint Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team: “I remain determined to find out what happened to Luke after his disappearance in May 2006.

“Our inquiries are continuing and even almost seven years after he disappeared we are still receiving information about Luke, which we are following up, and piecing together.

“Someone out there knows what has happened to him, and for the sake of his family and close friends we will do everything we can do find out those details.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Joint Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team on 101 or anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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