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Missing Yorkshire teenagers spotted in Norfolk

Annabelle Addison and Michael Moore were reported missing on November 5. Credit: North Yorkshire Police

Two missing teenagers from Yorkshire were seen in Norfolk more than a week after they disappeared.

Annabelle Addison and Michael Moore, who are both 15, were reported missing from their homes in Scarborough on Sunday November 5.

But police say they are believed to have been seen in the town centre of King's Lynn on Monday, November 13.

North Yorkshire Police are working closely with Norfolk Police to try to trace them.

A spokesman said: "Due to their age and the fact that they have no access to money, they are both deemed to be vulnerable."

Missing teenager last seen 'talking to a male' in Bury St Edmunds

Chloe Humpage did not come home from school on Tuesday. Credit: Suffolk Police.

A missing 14-year-old girl who did not come home from school on Tuesday (October 31) was last seen 'talking to a male' in Bury St Edmunds, police have said.

Chloe Humpage was around Cornhill, close to Iceland, at about 3.45pm yesterday.

Suffolk Police said she was "seen talking to a male" and it is not know where she went after that.

Chloe is 5ft 4in tall, slim, and has long dark brown hair and a pale complexion. She was wearing a red jumper and blue jeans when she disappeared.


Police 'very concerned' for welfare of missing brothers

Kye and Justin are considered vulnerable and officers are very concerned for their welfare. Credit: Essex police

Police are 'very concerned' for the welfare of two vulnerable brothers who have gone missing from the Harlow and Thundersley areas, thought to be together.

Kye Smith, who is 15, hasn't been seen since June 6th, and his 13-year-old brother Justin was last seen on July 1st.

Officers say they have exhausted all means of enquiry and are now asking for the public’s help to find them.

Anyone with information regarding their whereabouts is asked to contact Essex Police on 101.

Search teams looking for missing Ipswich man find body

Police searching for Derrick Chapman have found a body. Credit: Suffolk Police.

Search teams looking for a missing man have discovered a body in Suffolk.

Police, the NPAS helicopter and Suffolk Lowland Search and Rescue workers were searching for 57-year-old man Derrick Chapman.

The body was found in woodlands near Bobbits Lane in Ipswich at about 11:20am on Saturday, July 1.

Police believe it is that of Mr Chapman, who was reported as missing on Friday afternoon, although a formal identification is yet to take place.

The death is not being treated as suspicious.

Have you seen missing Derrick Chapman from Ipswich?

Derrick Chapman has gone missing from Ipswich. Credit: Suffolk Police.

Police are appealing for help to trace a man who has gone missing from the Ipswich area.

Derrick Chapman, who is 57, was reported missing from his home at Ramsey Close at about 1pm on Friday June 30. ) He had last been seen by his wife at home the night before.

Mr Chapman, who is usually clean shaven, is around 5ft 6in tall, white, of medium build, with grey receding hair and is bald on top. He is thought to have taken his Silver Ford Focus with him.


Two arrests after search for missing girl

A man and woman, aged 44 and 33, have been arrested on suspicion of neglect following the search for a missing three-year-old in Essex.

The girl was found safe and well after an appeal by police over the weekend.

Officers had been concerned about her welfare having not been able to make contact with the family since last Tuesday.

Help Hertfordshire police find missing Chloe

Chloe Hall was last seen on Sunday, January 8. Credit: Hertfordshire Police.

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.

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