Police in Suffolk are renewing an appeal to help trace a woman who went missing twenty years ago today.
Amanda Duncan, who was 26, was last seen in Ipswich on the 2nd of July 1993. She was working as a prostitute in the Portman Road area of the town.
She left her older son Jamie, 3, with her parents at about midday and her younger son Damien, nine months, with a babysitter.
She then headed for the Portman Road area of Ipswich.
On the night Amanda went missing, before she started work, she visited an address in London Road, Ipswich at around 11.10pm.
Amanda had been involved in the misuse of drugs and it was understood she visited the house with the intention of buying drugs.
She agreed to return to the house after finishing her work. Amanda was taken to Portman Road by car and dropped off at 11.30pm. She never went back to the house.
Amanda was seen speaking to the driver of a dark coloured Ford Sierra, possibly green or blue, at about 12 midnight in Portman’s Walk. This vehicle and the driver have never been traced.
Appeals were also issued to trace a second vehicle, a red Ford Orion which was seen in Portman’s Walk at 11.50pm.
This car too and driver have never been traced despite many repeated police appeals.