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Avon and Somerset police are appealing for the public's help to track down Justin Fear.
Fear, 22, is wanted in connection with a number of theft offences in Taunton.
He is approximately 5ft 6ins, medium build with brown hair.
If you see Fear, please call contact the police using the reference number 5216271593.
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Police in Bristol have released a CCTV image of a man who has been missing for more than a week after visiting a nightclub in the city.
Deakon Wilkins, 24, from Weston-super-Mare, was last seen at Motion Nightclub on Avon Street in the early hours of Saturday 14 January.
Avon and Somerset Police say they're releasing the CCTV image as it shows the clothing Mr Wilkins was wearing when he went missing. They hope it will jog someones memory.
He is described as white, of medium build, approximately 5ft 10ins tall, with ginger hair and has a tattoo between his neck and chest of the word "Rush".
“If you were in Motion or the surrounding area last Friday night or Saturday morning and remember seeing someone dressed in a red fitted jumper, black blazer, dark jeans and red trainers then please, I urge you to get in touch.
“Deakon’s disappearance is out of character and we’re increasingly concerned for his welfare.
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