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Concerns for driver's welfare after car found abandoned on A12 at Great Glemham




A car was left unattended on the A12 in Suffolk yesterday evening with its engine still running, leading police to become concerned about the welfare of the vehicle's occupants.

They said they received reports of an abandoned Audi A4 car on the northbound A12 at Great Glemham, just past the left turn to Parham, at about 11pm yesterday. The vehicle had been left with its engine running, but no one was present.

Officers say they believe the vehicle had travelled north on the A12 from the Woodbridge area at about 10.15pm.

A car was left unattended on the A12 in Suffolk yesterday evening with its engine still running, leading police to become concerned about the welfare of the vehicle's occupants
A car was left unattended on the A12 in Suffolk yesterday evening with its engine still running, leading police to become concerned about the welfare of the vehicle's occupants

The car is described as a dark silver/grey-coloured Audi A4 car with the licence plate of VK09 AXF.

Police are concerned for the welfare of the occupants and are asking for anyone who may have seen the vehicle or its occupants prior to 11pm to get in touch.

They are particularly keen to hear from any drivers who may have relevant dash-cam footage.

Witnesses, or anyone with information, should call 101 and quote reference CAD 402 of September 7.

Alternatively, email richard.simmons@suffolk.pnn.police.uk, report information or dash-cam footage via the Suffolk Police website or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or www.crimestoppers-uk.org .

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