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Detectives who have been searching for a missing man from Suffolk have found a body.
Formal identification has not taken place - but officers have spoken to the family of 44-year-old Paul Moore from Kesgrave, who was last seen on February 6th.
Police were called by a member of the public at about 5.30pm after they found a man's body on the shoreline at Chelmondiston.
The death is currently being treated as unexplained.
"The family of missing 44 year old Paul Moore from Kesgrave who was last seen at around 4pm on Tuesday 6 February in the Nacton village area have been informed of this development."
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Addenbrooke's Hospital says it is currently experiencing significant issues with its computer network.
People are being asked not to go to A&E unless absolutely necessary and ambulances are being diverted to other hospitals.
The Cambridge University Hospital's Trust says emergency surgery is continuing but elective operations have been cancelled.
Outpatients should assume that appointments are going ahead unless they hear from the the hospital.
In a statement the trust says technical experts are working to resolve the problem as soon as possible and staff are working to a well-versed business continuity plan.