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Concerns over missing Watton man

PUBLISHED: 12:16 21 May 2012 | UPDATED: 12:28 21 May 2012

Peter Budd, 27, who was last seen in Watton on March 28.

Peter Budd, 27, who was last seen in Watton on March 28.

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Concerns are growing for a man who went missing from Watton nearly two months ago.

Peter Budd, 27, was last seen on March 28, when he left his home saying he was going to Felixstowe in Suffolk to visit a friend. He said he would stay in the coastal town for a week but no-one has heard from him.

Mr Budd is described as white, six foot three inches tall, with short blonde hair. He is also clean shaven and has blue eyes.

When he was last seen he was wearing a black motorcycle jacket and trousers, a black fleece top, a khaki green puffa jacket, a black motorcycle helmet and possibly a baseball cap or beany hat.

Anyone who has seen a man matching the description given or knows of his whereabouts should contact Dereham police on 101.

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