Police in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of 14-year-old boy from the Wisbech area who's been missing for 11 days.
Mohammed Ali Elesawi was last seen at around 5.30pm on Saturday 13 June at his home address in Burrett Road, Wisbech.
He is described as mixed race, about 5'4", with black short hair and was wearing light grey tracksuit bottoms, grey trainers and an Adidas blue zip up hoody with white stripes on the sleeves.
Mohammed also has links to Peterborough, Rothwell in Northamptonshire and Stanmore in London.
The parents of a young man from Cambridgeshire who needs a bionic limb say they have been overwhelmed by the generosity of people who have donated money to help him.
Billy Lee, 20, had his leg amputated when doctors found a cancerous tumour.
His family could not afford the £70,000 revolutionary bionic leg he needs to allow him to do everything he wants to do - but a fundraising campaign has helped them reach their target.
Russell Hookey reports.
The inquest into the death of a Wisbech pensioner murderd two years ago will resume today.
It's thought 86 year old Una Crown was killed during a burglary. Her killer has never been caught.
She had been stabbed multiple times and her body set on fire.
An inquest into her death will be held in Huntingdon today.
It's emerged that a British medical student from King's Lynn may have travelled to Syria to work in a hospital caring for Islamic State fighters.
Lena Mamoun Abdelgadir was one of a number of young people studying medicine in Sudan, from where she was deployed to a Syrian hospital in an area controlled by IS.
She is a former pupil of Wisbech Grammar School in Cambridgeshire and her father works as a surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth II hospital in King's Lynn.
"She left here in 2011 with a string of A stars and As, but she was a typical Wisbech Grammar pupil, she was involved in academic work, but also sports, she represented the student voice, the student council and she just really was a member of our community."
"A local girl from West Norfolk, went to local schools, was sent off by her parents to further her education, but has obviously been radicalised."
A man arrested in November last year on suspicion of murdering Wisbech pensioner Una Crown has been released with no further action.
The 44 year old man, also from Wisbech, was arrested and then bailed.
He's now been released due to insufficient evidence.
Police have not yet charged anyone with the murder of the 86 year old, who was found dead at her home in the Cambridgeshire town in January 2013.
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An inquest into the death of Wisbech pensioner Una Crown will resume despite her killer not being found. The 86 year-old was repeatedly stabbed before her body was set on fire at her bungalow two years ago. Police were criticised for not declaring her death as suspicious immediately and failing to preserve the crime scene. The inquest will restart at the end of March.
A shop owner from Cambridgeshire has released CCTV of the moment he was attacked after two men burst into his shop in Wisbech.
Thivakaran Kumaravel was re-stocking his off-licence in the Fenland town when two young men forced their way inside.
In the footage you see one man punching and attacking the shop owner, while the other man appears to try and stop the assault.
Mr Kumaravel was left with bite wounds to his head after the attack.
"I came to this country because I couldn't stay in my Country of Sri Lanka because of Civil War, so I came here to save my life, but here I don't feel safe again here."
Anyone with information should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or all Cambridgeshire Police on 101.
Police are warning people against taking so-called legal highs after a teenager needed hospital treatment.
The 19-year-old took a substance he had bought at a shop in Wisbech on Wednesday and was left unconscious. The ambulance service was called and he was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.
His condition was not life threatening and he is recovering in hospital today but officers are warning about the dangers of taking drugs known as new psychoactive substances (NPS).
It is not known exactly what substance the teenager consumed but officers are investigating where it originated and have seized a batch of NPSs.
These substances can be highly dangerous and people risk their life by taking them. Thankfully, this teenager's condition was not life-threatening condition, however, we would strongly urge people not to consume drugs of this type as they are not tested or approved in any way.
Although they are known as legal highs, the name is misleading because some of the substances contain illegal drugs.
Police still hunting the killer of a widow from Wisbech in Cambridgeshire whose body was set on fire two years ago, have been criticised by their own force.
86-year-old Una Crown was repeatedly stabbed in the neck and chest before her body was left burning at her bungalow on Magazine Lane.
Officers first declared her death as unexplained and only later realised she had been brutally murdered.
An internal probe has now revealed they also failed to preserve the scene and did not declare the death as suspicious immediately.
"After receiving two complaints regarding the investigation into the murder of Una Crown, a review of the actions taken by officers was carried out by the force professional standards department.
The investigator considered the set of circumstances with which the officers were presented was sufficiently unusual, particularly once the injuries to Mrs Crown's neck were found, and they should have erred on the side of caution and either declared the death suspicious or sought further guidance.
The investigator therefore came to the conclusion that the officers breached the standards of professional behaviour.
However the investigator did not consider the conduct of the officers in question to be deliberately neglectful, nor did he consider the officers' actions fell so far short of the standards of professional behaviour that they needed to be addressed by way of formal sanctions.
Recommendations from the investigator have been made to the force to ensure training is provided to all relevant officers and staff to prevent such actions from being made again."