CCTV images released in bid to find missing teenager Luke Durbin

CCTV images from the night a teenager disappeared in Ipswich 11 years ago, have been re-released by police.

19-year-old Luke Durbin became separated from friends in the early hours of the 12th May 2006.

The last confirmed sighting of him was on CCTV walking across Dogs Head Street in the direction of the bus station at 4am.

He was reported missing by his mum Nicki the following day.

It is now 11-years since Luke Durbin disappeared from Hollesley Credit: Suffolk police

CCTV images from the area were released in the first weeks of the investigation.

Police are now re-releasing some of these in a bid to try and trigger memories from that night and identify the people in these images incase they are potential witnesses.

Luke went to Zest nightclub in Ipswich with friends, but became separated from them during the evening Credit: Suffolk police

Despite numerous appeals for information and offers of a cash reward, Luke has never been found.

In 2012 police made two arrests – one on suspicion of murder, the other on suspicion of being concerned in the murder of Luke Durbin – however both men faced no further action.

  • Police would like to get contact details for any of the individuals shown in the images attached and are asking them to get in touch by calling the Major Investigation Team on 01473 782019.