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Have you seen missing Skye?

Skye Evans Credit: Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police is appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of a girl who has gone missing from Milton Keynes.

14-year-old Skye Evans was last seen at her home in Dunkery Beacon, Furzton, Milton Keynes, at about 11.30pm yesterday.

She was last seen wearing a purple hooded top, black leggings, white trainers and she was carrying a white holdall.

Police would urge anyone with any information regarding Skye’s whereabouts to contact the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

Alternatively, if you don't want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

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Man arrested in connection with attempted rape in Milton Keynes

Scene of attempted rape in Milton Keynes Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police have arrested a man in connection with an attempted rape in Milton Keynes.

The victim, a 29-year-old woman, was walking in Silbury Boulevard between about 5.45am and 5.50am yesterday morning (18 April) when she was grabbed from behind by a man.

The offender then wrestled the victim to the floor, before the victim fought off the suspect and fled the scene.

A 26-year-old man from Milton Keynes has been arrested on suspicion of attempted rape.

He is currently in police custody.

Red Bull lose Ricciardo appeal

The Milton Keynes based Formula One team Red Bull Racing have lost their appeal against disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix.

Daniel Ricciardo was relegated from second place after last month's race because his car was using more fuel than allowed.

New rules over fuel consumption were introduced by the sports governing body, the FIA, for this season. Red Bull took their case to the FIA's International Court of Appeal.

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Family's charity to fight rare disease

Hollie Carter

A family from Milton Keynes have started a charity to help fight a rare childhood disease. As a baby Hollie Carter, who's 8, was diagnosed with Niemann Pick Type C. Sometimes called Childhood Alzheimers, it is eventually fatal.

Her family's set up the Hope for Hollie Foundation to fund research, and to support other children with the condition.

Terminally ill woman hosts art exhibition

Pepi Sani as she appears on the exhibition poster

A terminally-ill woman from Northampton has realised her life-long ambition as she is holding an exhibition of her artwork today in Milton Keynes.

Artwork by Pepi Sani featured in today's exhibition Credit: Pepi Sani

Pepi Sani, who is 61, had planned to organise an exhibition when she retired but, after being diagnosed with cancer in November last year, her friends have arranged for a one-day showing at the MK Gallery.

The show will run until 1700 today and features 30 years' worth of work.

The exhibition includes landscape art Credit: Pepi Sani
Pepi Sani's friends arranged for the showing of her work Credit: Pepi Sani

Francis Brennan: Body of man believed to have been kidnapped by fake police officers found on Spanish beach

General view of Alicante, Spain.
General view of Alicante, Spain. Credit: Eye Ubiquitous/Press Association Images

The body of a British man who was believed to have been kidnapped by men posing as police officers has been washed up on a Spanish beach.

Merseyside Police today confirmed that the body of missing Liverpool man Francis Brennan has been found on a beach in the La Zenia area of Alicante.

The 25-year-old fled to Spain while awaiting sentence for a stabbing at a Swedish House Mafia concert in Milton Keynes in 2012.

He was last seen in the town of Javea where he was apparently handcuffed by fake police officers in a bogus arrest in January.

Police desperate to hear from missing Milton Keynes girl Cailey-Anne Payne

Police have released new pictures of a girl who's been missing from her home in Milton Keynes for a week.

It's thought 16 year old Cailey-Anne Payne was last seen in the Acton area of London on Saturday morning.

Officers say they're treating her disappearance very seriously.

"As with any vulnerable young person, if you're 16 and you're away from home, that naturally causes concern for the police," Det Supt Barry Halliday told ITV News Anglia.

"If Cailey-Anne is watching this, she's not in trouble, but we do need her to pick up the phone, and not necessarily talk to the police, but talk to a friend, a family member. Just let us know that she's safe and well."

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