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Last Updated: Thursday, 31 August 2006, 10:00 GMT 11:00 UK
New images in missing man search
CCTV images
People at a bus stop close to where Mr Durbin was last seen
Police searching for a teenager who went missing more than three months ago have released more CCTV images taken in the area where he was last seen.

Luke Durbin, 19, from Hollesley, Suffolk, vanished after leaving Zest nightclub in Ipswich on 12 May.

Despite police and family appeals for information about his whereabouts, Mr Durbin has not been traced.

Suffolk Police have appealed for the people in the pictures or anyone who knows them to contact officers.

One CCTV image shows a number of people in the Cattlemarket bus station between 0430 BST and 0440 BST on 12 May.

Another shows a person in a hooded coat walking past the Spread Eagle pub at 0411 BST.

CCTV images
A person in a hooded coat at the Spread Eagle pub
Acting Det Insp Ian Addison: "It doesn't matter if you think you saw nothing - we still need to speak to you.

"You may unwittingly have information that can move the inquiry forward and we'd ask you to call even though this may seem like a while ago."

A website has also been set up with information about Mr Durbin and his last known movements.

Mr Durbin is described as white, 5ft 10in (1.77m), of slim build, with short mousey-coloured wavy hair and blue eyes.

At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a black or grey long-sleeved collared shirt, blue jeans and brown suede shoes.

Website plea to find missing man
03 Jun 06 |  Suffolk

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