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Photo bid to find missing women
Gemma Adams
Gemma Adams was reported missing by her partner
Thousands of photographs of two missing prostitutes are to be handed out in a Suffolk town this weekend.

Gemma Adams, 25, from Blenheim Road, Ipswich, was reported missing by her partner on 15 November after she failed to return home.

Tania Nicol, 19, disappeared after leaving her home in Wolverstone Close, Ipswich, on 30 October.

Kerry Samain, who also went missing from the town six weeks ago, was found safe in Ipswich on Friday.

Officers said there was no link between her disappearance and that of the two other women.

Police have stepped up patrols and 20,000 leaflets with photographs of Miss Nicol and Miss Adams will be distributed.

Miss Adams is white, 5ft 2ins, of small build with long blonde hair.

She was last seen wearing a black waterproof jacket and light blue jeans with studs on the pockets.

Tania Nichol
Tania Nichol planned to take a bus into Ipswich

Police have acknowledged there are similarities between the disappearance of the two women, but are treating the two investigations as separate.

When Miss Nicol disappeared on 30 October she had planned to go into Ipswich on a bus from Belmont Road.

Miss Nichol is olive-skinned, 5ft 2in, and was last seen wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and high-heeled shoes.

Concern over missing prostitute
15 Nov 06 |  Suffolk

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