Sudbury: Police search water meadow for missing Lee Hill

POLICE in Sudbury have carried out an extensive search of the town’s water meadows in a bid to trace a missing local man.

Lee Hill, from Ballingdon Street, Sudbury, was reported missing around 4pm on Monday.

The 36-year-old was last seen riding a white mountain bike after leaving an address in Constable Road, at around 6pm on Sunday.

Mr Hill has not made contact with his friends or family and concern is growing for his welfare.

Last night, Sudbury Police Inspector Paul Crick said: “Dozens of officers were drafted in to help with the search on Tuesday, including off-duty officers and a police helicopter. We have continued working on the case extensively today and those efforts will be resumed tomorrow.”


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Police have been making enquiries to help locate Mr Hill but have renewed their appeal for anyone who has seen him, or knows of his whereabouts, to come forward.

He is described as white, 5ft 7in tall, of slim build with a skinhead haircut. When he was last seen, he was wearing black jogging bottoms and a light grey adidas jumper.

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He often wears a baseball cap and has a distinctive tattoo on his neck, left wrist and right arm.

He also has a piercing on the back of his neck.

Anyone with information can call the duty sergeant at Sudbury Police on 101.

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