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Detectives investigating the disappearance of Luke Durbin in Ipswich almost nine years ago have re-issued CCTV images of a car they want to trace.
19-year-old Luke went missing after a night out with friends on Thursday the11th of May 2006. He was last seen walking across Dogs Head Street, towards Ipswich bus station, at 4 o'clock the next morning.
Suffolk Police are keen to find the driver of a silver or white Volvo captured on CCTV cameras in Orwell Place moments after Luke vanished.
Counting is underway in Ipswich - with a sea of Labour and Conservative party members and supporters keeping an eagle eye over the proceedings.
As the countdown continues to Saturday's big derby game between Ipswich and Norwich, Suffolk police say they will be 'firm, but friendly and fair' to fans on match day.
The force has doubled the number of officers usually on duty. Extra trains are being put on from Norwich to Ipswich and there will be some road closures around Portman Road to cope with the numbers.
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Football supporters from both Ipswich and Norwich have been told to expect a "firm, friendly and fair" policing operation when the two clubs meet later this week.
With over two thousand Norwich City fans expected to travel to Ipswich for the Derby on Saturday, police are encouraging both sets of fans to arrive at the ground early in order to enjoy it safely.
Police are promising football fans a "firm, friendly and fair" approach to Saturday's play-off clash between Ipswich and Norwich.
More than 2,000 Canaries fans are expected to make the journey down to Portman Road for the first leg of the semi-final.
Officers have urged fans to arrive early. Kick-off is at 12.15pm with turnstiles opening at 10.45am.
"We hope that people will enjoy the match sensibly and in the right spirit. We will not tolerate anti-social behaviour, violence or alcohol-fuelled disorder.
"The majority of fans attending will be there to enjoy the game and we will be there to welcome them. Officers will be approachable and are there to ensure the safety of those attending the game and members of the public wishing to go about their normal business."
Road closures will be in place from 5am on Saturday at Portman Road and on Princes Street at the junctions of Civic Drive, Chancery Road, Chalon Street and Commercial Road. The pedestrian route known as Sedan Walk will also be closed.
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