UPDATE: Missing north Suffolk man found ‘safe and well’
A NORTH Suffolk man who went missing has been found 'safe and well,' according to police.
Damian Considine, 49, was last seen by his parents at about 5.30pm last Thursday (September 15), at his home address in King Georges Avenue, Leiston.
A police appeal was launched yesterday after Mr Considine had not been in contact with his parents or his wife and children, who are currently living in Spain, since Thursday - with officers admitting there was concern for his welfare.
But a police spokesman said this afternoon: 'Damian Considine has been found safe and well in Leiston. 'Suffolk Police would like to thank the media and public for their assistance in this matter.'
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