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Police launch appeal to find missing 20-year-old from Cromer

PUBLISHED: 09:39 23 June 2018 | UPDATED: 10:26 23 June 2018

Ben Syder has gone missing from his home in Cromer. Picture: Norfolk Police

Ben Syder has gone missing from his home in Cromer. Picture: Norfolk Police

Norfolk Police

Police are appealing for help to trace a young man who is missing in Cromer.

Ben Syder, aged 20, was last seen on the Cromer Skate Park on Hall Road at 6pm yesterday evening (Friday 22 June).

Ben lives in Station Road, Cromer, and is described by officers as vulnerable.

He is white, with short brown hair, of medium build and is believed to be wearing a light grey tracksuit. He may also have a BMW bicycle with him.

Anyone who may have seen Ben, or knows of his whereabouts, should contact Norfolk Police on 101.

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