Suffolk: Police searching for missing Sudbury man
POLICE are searching for a man from Sudbury who has not been seen since Sunday.
Lee Hill, 36, of Ballingdon Street, Sudbury, was reported missing at about 4pm yesterday – he was last seen in Constable Road, Sudbury at 6pm on Sunday, August 5.
Mr Hill left the address on a white mountain bike and he has not made contact with his friends or family since then.
He is described as 5ft 7ins, of slim build with a skinhead. When he was last seen he was wearing black jogging bottoms and a light grey Adidas jumper.
He often wears a baseball cap and he has a distinctive tattoo on his neck, left wrist and right arm, he also has a piercing on the back of his neck.
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If you have any information on Mr Hill’s whereabouts, please call the duty sergeant at Sudbury police on 101.
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