A teenage girl has gone missing in Hertfordshire.
Chloe Hall, from Harpenden, was last seen in the town at about 3.20pm on Sunday, January 8.
She is white, slim and between 5ft 8in and 5ft 9in tall.
The 16-year-old was last seen wearing black Nike leggings with a white tick on them, brown Ugg boots, and a thick, long, black Parka-style coat with a grey hoodie underneath.
A motorcyclist in his 20s is in a critical condition in hospital following a crash with two cars in Harpenden.
It happened around 7am on December 21, on the A1081 at Luton Road.
The man suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision or believes they saw the motorcyclist before the accident.
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The RSPCA is appealing for information after two bearded dragons were found dumped in a carrier bag at a bus stop in Hertfordshire.Read the full story ›
The widow of a Hertfordshire man killed by an elderly driver has told GMB the law needs to be changed.Read the full story ›
A woman from Hertfordshire who pledged to wear charity shop outfits for an entire year has reached her fundraising total.
Caroline Jones, 47, from Harpenden in Hertfordshire, began Knickers Model's Own campaign in memory of her mother Mary Benson, who died of breast cancer. Since it started earlier this year, Caroline has raised £36,500 for Cancer Research UK.
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Hertfordshire Police have released a photo of two men they want to speak to in connection with a theft from a shop in Harpenden.
Money was taken from the till at Co-Op in Southdown Road at just after 5pm on Friday 27th December.
Anyone with information can contact the Harpenden Safer Neighbourhood Team via 101.
A 1961 Triumph Herald has sold at auction for £13,500. East Anglian Motor Auctions say it was bought by a private overseas buyer.
The Herald is exceptionally rare for only having 20 miles on the clock. It came with its original 1961 tax disc and log book.
A Triumph Herald which has clocked just 20 miles since it was first registered in 1961 will be sold at auction later today.
The car has had just one owner and has spent its whole life in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.
Still sporting its original tax disc, the car is expected to fetch between £12,000 and £15,000 when it goes under the hammer in Wymondham.