Can you help police find these six people who have gone missing in Norfolk?

Nigel Kedar (left), Klodjan Cejku (centre) and Stephen Thompson (right), are three of the missing pe

Nigel Kedar (left), Klodjan Cejku (centre) and Stephen Thompson (right), are three of the missing people police are tryign to find. Picture Norfolk Constabulary. - Credit: Archant

Norfolk Constabulary is currently appealing for help to find six people in the county who have been reported missing, some of them for a number of years.

Luke Brampton (left), Agnieszka Marciniaki (centre) and Owoidoho Ikidde (right), are three of the m

Luke Brampton (left), Agnieszka Marciniaki (centre) and Owoidoho Ikidde (right), are three of the missing people police are tryign to find. Picture Norfolk Constabulary. - Credit: Archant

Nigel Kedar

Nigel, from Clacton, was last seen at 9.30am on Tuesday 4 April 2017, walking southbound through Dickleburgh towards Ipswich.

He is described as being white, 5ft 11 tall, of a large build and has short hair. He was wearing dark coloured trousers with a lighter coloured long sleeved shirt.

Nigel Kedar, from Clacton, Essex, who is missing. Picture: Courtesy of Norfolk Constabulary

Nigel Kedar, from Clacton, Essex, who is missing. Picture: Courtesy of Norfolk Constabulary - Credit: Archant

Luke Brampton


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Luke was reported missing from the Great Yarmouth area on May 16 2012, but was last seen by a friend on May 13 2012.

He is described as white, 5ft 8in, of slim build with short dark brown hair. He wears rosary beads and crucifixes and regularly visits churches.

Luke Brampton. Picture Norfolk Constabulary.

Luke Brampton. Picture Norfolk Constabulary. - Credit: Archant

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Agnieszka Marciniaki

She was last seen at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on January 30 2010. She had just given birth to a baby girl and told medics that she would return to the hospital once she had gathered some possessions.

She was described as white, with a round face and short dark hair and had a good grasp of the English language and had connections with friends in the Lakenham and Tuckswood area of Norwich.

Agnieszka Marciniaki was last seen at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on January 30 2010

Agnieszka Marciniaki was last seen at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital on January 30 2010. Picture Norfolk Police - Credit: Archant

Stephen Thompson

Stephen, of Gateley Gardens in Norwich, was last seen on June 20 2013 and has not been heard from since.

Stephen is described as white, around 5ft 10in tall, of slim build, with short mousey coloured hair.

Stephen Thompson went missing from home in 2013. Submitted

Stephen Thompson went missing from home in 2013. Submitted - Credit: Archant

Klodjan Cejku

Klodjan, of Aylsham Road in Norwich was last seen on April 16 2014. He made contact a week later but has not been heard from since.

Originally from Albania, he is described as white, around 6ft tall, of slender to medium build with short brown hair and is usually clean shaven. He is often known to wear tracksuit bottoms or jeans and a t-shirt.

Klodjan Cejku has been missing since 2014. Picture Norfolk Constabulary.

Klodjan Cejku has been missing since 2014. Picture Norfolk Constabulary. - Credit: Archant

Owoidoho Ikidde

He was last seen at his home address in Barnard Close, Gorleston, at around 3pm on December 17 2014. The last sighting of him was in the McColls shop in Lowestoft Road, Gorleston, at 6pm on the same day.

He is described as black, around 5ft 8in tall, of skinny build, with short black hair.

CCTV images of Owiodoho Ikidde in the McColls shop in Lowestoft Road, Gorleston, on the day he went

CCTV images of Owiodoho Ikidde in the McColls shop in Lowestoft Road, Gorleston, on the day he went missing. Picture Norfolk police. - Credit: Archant

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