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Police appeal after 74yr Ipswich man injured

Police continue to conduct enquiries to establish the exact circumstances surrounding an incident involving a 74 year old man in Ipswich who was injured.

Officers are remaining open minded about what happened to the man, Clive Wyard of Valley Road in Ipswich. It is thought it happened at some point between 11.30pm on Thursday 19 July and 1.20am on Friday 20 July 2018.
He had left the Royal George public house at about 11.30pm and 12.20am heading along Colchester Road towards Sidegate Lane and from there headed to Valley Road.

He was last seen outside Co-Op on Sidegate Lane at around midnight of 19 July. He was found the following morning at 7.15am by passers-by on the floor at Valley Road close to his home with injuries to his face and head and taken to Ipswich hospital for treatment where he remains. Police are still keen to understand how he was injured.
He is described as having a medium build, is white, about 5 foot 9 inches tall with grey hair and a grey goatie beard. He was wearing jeans and a light grey zip hooded top.

Anyone who witnessed or has knowledge of the incident it should contact Ipswich CID on 101 quoting reference 37/41910/18.

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