Missing man last seen at Norfolk pub

PUBLISHED: 15:46 08 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:03 09 August 2018

Wayne Clouting was last seen in Attleborough. Picture: Norfolk Police

Wayne Clouting was last seen in Attleborough. Picture: Norfolk Police


A man has been missing for five days after being last seen at a Norfolk pub.

Wayne Clouting, 49, of King Street in New Buckenham, was last seen at The Mulberry Tree pub in Attleborough at around 1pm on Friday, August 3.

He is described as white, 6ft 1inch tall, of average build and with a bald head. He has a tattoo on his arm which says ‘dignity’ and was last seen wearing a red and yellow checked shirt, denim shorts and green trainers.

Police are growing concerned for Mr Clouting’s welfare and believe he may have travelled to the Cromer area.

Anyone who may have seen Mr Clouting or knows of his whereabouts should contact Norfolk Police on 101 quoting CAD 444 of Tuesday, August 4.

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