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23 January 2012, 06:09 | Updated: 23 January 2012, 06:23
Police are appealing for help in trying to trace a missing man from Holbrook.
Paul McCaffrey aged 46 years, left his home in Holbrook around 2.15pm on Tuesday 17th January and hasn't been seen or contacted friends or family since.
Mr McCaffrey was reported missing to police on Saturday 21st January by a concerned colleague. His disappearance and lack of contact with family and friends is considered out of character and police would to hear from him, or are asking anyone who knows of his whereabouts to get in contact with them.
It is not known what Mr McCaffrey was wearing when he went missing, but he usually wears a jacket, shirt and tie, smart trousers and an overcoat. He is 5'7'' tall of stocky build with short dark brown hair.
Mr McCaffrey has family in Tyne and Wear and although he doesn't have access to a car, Police believe he took a train from Ipswich on Tuesday 17th and was heading north.
Anyone who knows of Mr McCaffrey's whereabouts are asked to call the Duty Sergeant at Sudbury Police on 101.