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Family appeal for help in finding student missing from Plaistow

11:51 11 June 2014

Jake Godsman was last seen on June 5 leaving his Plaistow home

Jake Godsman was last seen on June 5 leaving his Plaistow home

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The family of a 20-year-old student, missing since last Thursday, is appealing for help in finding him.

Jake's family are becoming increasingly anxiousJake's family are becoming increasingly anxious

Jake Godsman, who lives in Plaistow, was last seen travelling from his home to his girlfriend’s home in Hackney on June 5 at 7pm.

Jake, who is studying in London, is the son of a member of the Fire Brigades Union in West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

His family are anxious to find him and are urging everyone including members of the FBU, particularly in the east London area, to be extra vigilant.

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