Appeal for missing Lowestoft man
A POLICE appeal has been launched for help in tracing a missing 44-year-old Lowestoft man.Terry Layfield, of no fixed abode in the town, was reported missing by a relative at 10.
A POLICE appeal has been launched for help in tracing a missing 44-year-old Lowestoft man.
Terry Layfield, of no fixed abode in the town, was reported missing by a relative at 10.25pm last Friday (June 11).
Although there was a sighting of Mr Layfield about 1pm yesterday (Sunday, June 13) in the Tonning Street area, police need to trace him to ensure he is safe and well.
Mr Layfield is described as white, about 5ft 8in tall and of slim build.
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Anyone who may have seen him or who has any information about where he is now should telephone the duty sergeant at Lowestoft police station on 01986 835300.
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