MISSING FROM HOME APPEAL – MARK PEASE 
 
Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 33-year-old man from Beccles in Suffolk.
Mark Pease was reported missing to police on Friday 12th October, and has been missing since Thursday 11th.

Mark left his home address in Noels Walk, Beccles at around 10pm on Thursday evening and has not been seen since.

Mark is described as a white male, around 6’2″ tall, with sandy blonde hair.

Police are currently carrying out inquiries to locate Mark, but anyone who has seen him or who has any information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101.

One possibility is that he may be in the Merseyside area where he is thought to have friends.

UPDATE 23 OCTOBER 2012

Following the discovery of a man’s body in the River Waveney at Aldeby in Norfolk yesterday, Monday 22nd October police can confirm that they believe the body to be that of missing Beccles man, 33 year old Mark Pease.

Police were called to Aldeby at 9.45am to reports of a body in the river. Police, fire and ambulance all attended and the body was removed from the water at Burgh St Peter.

Formal identification of the man has not yet taken place.

A post mortem examination will be carried out later in the week to ascertain the cause of death.

As is standard procedure the death will be treated as unexplained at this stage but there are no suspicious circumstances.

The matter has been referred to the coroner.

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