Have you seen missing Graham Westrope from Bulmer near Sudbury?

PUBLISHED: 11:45 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 22:58 31 July 2018

Police are looking for missing man Graham Westrope, 63, from Bulmer Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Police are looking for missing man Graham Westrope, 63, from Bulmer Picture: ESSEX POLICE


Police are appealing for information to help find a missing 63-year-old man from Bulmer near Sudbury.

Graham Westrope was last seen on Friday, July 27, just after 8am.

A spokesman for Essex Police said that officers and Mr Westrope’s family are very concerned for his welfare.

He said: “We appreciate that this image is not of the best quality, but we hope that someone will be able to recognise Graham.”

If you have seen Mr Westrope or have any information regarding his whereabouts call 101 and ask for Braintree police station.

UPDATE: Police are no longer looking for Mr Westrope following the discovery of a man’s body in Sudbury.


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