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Police can confirm the body of a male has been discovered at Dunwich.

The body, discovered last night (Thursday 1 August) at about 7.40pm, was found by a member of the Lowland Search and Rescue team who have been assisting police with the searches.

The death is being treated as unexplained and further enquiries will be conducted. Formal identification of the male is yet to be carried out.

The family of Brian Nunn have been informed of this development.

                                 

 

Previous release I 28 July 2019

Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing 82-year-old man from Leiston who was last seen at approximately 10am yesterday, Friday 19 July.

Brian Nunn left the family home on foot and has not been seen since. He does have medical conditions which require medication.

Brian is described as white, 6ft 1ins tall, of a medium build but does stoop, has grey hair with dark flecks and is clean shaven. He was last seen wearing beige trousers, a navy t-shirt and a dark brown gilet.

Police and family members are very concerned for his welfare.

Members of Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue have joined police officers in the search for him.

Anyone who believes they have seen Brian, or who has any information about his whereabouts, is asked to contact the duty sergeant for Halesworth on 101 quoting CAD 444 19 July.

Previous release I 26 July 2019

 

Officers are conducting anniversary checks today in the Leiston area as the search continues for a missing 82-year-old man.

Brian Nunn left the family home on foot at approximately 10am on Friday 19 July, and has not yet returned. Mr Nunn has medical conditions which require medication and as such police and family members are very concerned about him.

Officers received a number of reports of possible sightings of Mr Nunn, one of which has been confirmed as him, with an image captured on a dash cam at around 3pm on Friday 19 July, along Lovers Lane to the north of Leiston.

Various enquiries have been taking place by police officers, during the past week and today (Friday 26 July) they are conducting searches in areas he is known to frequent.

Officers are speaking to drivers  and distributing flyers in the vicinity of his home address and sighting locations.  During the afternoon today officers will be doing a route walk between some sighting locations in the Lovers Lane area of Leiston. 

Sgt Dan Peck said: "We are very keen to locate Mr Nunn as he has now been missing a week and we remain extremely concerned for his welfare, especially bearing in mind the recent very hot weather we have experienced. This clearly remains a very distressing time for his family and we continue to keep them updated. We understand from the family he is friendly, so if anyone does see him, we would repeat our plea that if you see him to call police straightaway and to stay with him if possible until officers arrive.”

Mr Nunn is described as white, 6ft1in tall, of medium build, has grey hair with dark flecks and is clean shaven. He was last seen wearing beige trousers, a navy t-shirt and dark brown gilet (sleeveless jacket)

Anybody who believes they have seen Mr Nunn, or who thinks they have seen a man matching the description given or who has any information regarding his whereabouts are asked to contact the duty sergeant at Halesworth Police Station on 101.

Previous release I 24 July 2019

Officers are re-appealing for information to help locate a missing 82-year-old man from Leiston as further police searches take place.

Brian Nunn left the family home on foot at approximately 10am on Friday 19 July, and has not yet returned. Mr Nunn has medical conditions which require medication and as such police and family members are very concerned about him.

Officers received a number of reports of possible sightings of Mr Nunn, one of which has been confirmed as him, with an image captured on a dash cam at around 3pm on Friday 19 July, along Lovers Lane to the north of Leiston.

Mr Nunn is described as white, 6ft1in tall, of medium build, has grey hair with dark flecks and is clean shaven. He was last seen wearing beige trousers, a navy t-shirt and dark brown gilet (sleeveless jacket)

Mr Nunn’s family confirm him to be friendly and would ask that anyone who sees him to call police straightaway and to stay with him if possible until officers arrive.

Extensive searches have been taking place in the Leiston area by police officers, assisted by volunteers from Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue. Searches are continuing in the local area today, Wednesday 24 July.

Anybody who believes they have seen Mr Nunn, or who thinks they have seen a man matching the description given or who has any information regarding his whereabouts are asked to contact the duty sergeant at Halesworth Police Station on 101.

Previous release | 23 July 2019

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Police are continuing to appeal for information to help locate a missing 82-year-old man from Leiston.

 

Brian Nunn left the family home on foot at approximately 10am on Friday 19 July, and has not yet returned. Mr Nunn has medical conditions which require medication and as such police and family members are very concerned about him.

Officers have received a number of reports of possible sightings of Mr Nunn, one of which has now been confirmed as him, with an image captured on a dash cam at around 3pm on Friday 19 July, along Lovers Lane to the north of Leiston.

Mr Nunn is described as white, 6ft1in tall, of medium build, has grey hair with dark flecks and is clean shaven. He was last seen wearing beige trousers, a navy t-shirt and dark brown gillet.

Extensive searches have been taking place in the Leiston area by police officers, assisted by volunteers from Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue.

Police are increasingly concerned for Mr Nunn’s welfare and would ask that anyone who believes they have seen him, or who has any information about his whereabouts, to contact the duty sergeant at Halesworth Police Station on 101.

 

Brian Nunn dashcam

Dashcam image of Brian Nunn captured on 19 July 2019

Previous release | 21 July 2019

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a missing 82-year-old man from Leiston and are renewing appeals for help to locate him. 

Brian Nunn left the family home on foot at approximately 10am on Friday 19 July, and has not yet returned. Mr Nunn has medical conditions which require medication and as such police and family members are very concerned about him. 

Officers have received a number of reports of possible sightings of Mr Nunn, one of which has now been confirmed as him, with an image captured on a dash cam at around 3pm on Friday 19 July, along Lovers Lane to the north of Leiston.

Mr Nunn is described as white, 6ft 1in tall, of medium build, has grey hair with dark flecks and is clean shaven. He was last seen wearing beige trousers, a navy t-shirt and dark brown gilet.

Extensive searches have been taking place in the Leiston area by police officers, assisted by volunteers from Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue.

Anyone who believes they have seen Mr Nunn, or who has any information about her whereabouts, is asked to contact the duty sergeant at Halesworth Police Station on 101.

Brian Nunn dashcam

Dashcam image of Brian Nunn captured on 20 July 2019

Previous release | 20 July 2019

Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing 82-year-old man from Leiston who was last seen at approximately 10am yesterday, Friday 19 July.

Brian Nunn left the family home on foot and has not been seen since. He does have medical conditions which require medication.

Brian is described as white, 6ft 1ins tall, of a medium build but does stoop, has grey hair with dark flecks and is clean shaven. He was last seen wearing beige trousers, a navy t-shirt and a dark brown gilet.

Police and family members are very concerned for his welfare.

Members of Suffolk Lowland Search & Rescue have joined police officers in the search for him.

Anyone who believes they have seen Brian, or who has any information about his whereabouts, is asked to contact the duty sergeant for Halesworth on 101 quoting CAD 444 19 July.