A 68-year-old man who has been missing since 30 January, has been spotted in Cumbria.
David Brown had set up camp at Chapel House Farm, in the Borrowdale area, and is originally from Shetland.
He went missing at around 9am on 30 January, and police say he was spotted in Dalton-in-Furness on 13 February.
He is described as white, 5'10", of slim build with dark greying hair and glasses.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.
Police in Cumbria say are concerned for the wellbeing of a teenager who's gone missing from the Borrowdale area.
14-year-old Kash Rosenau-Hussain was last seen at around 1:20pm today, Wednesday 16th March.
He is described as Asian, 5 foot 7 inches, of slim build, black hair, wearing a black cap, black “Craighoppers” coat, black “Ralph Lauren” trousers and black “Adidas” trainers.
Police say that although Kash is only 14 years old, he looks older.
It is believed that he could be heading towards Keswick and then trying to hitchhike his way to Stoke-on-Trent.
Police are appeal to anyone who may have seen Kash to get in touch.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police immediately on 101.
Keswick School and Borrowdale Church of England Primary School have closed early to enable pupils to get back home safely.
Cumbria is currently suffering from heavy downpours, falling on already saturated ground. There are problems around the county with surface water.
A number of flood warnings are currently in place across the county.
A mountain biker has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after falling in the Lake District.
The 40-year-old man from Egremont fell off his bike yesterday afternoon at 4pm on Castle Crag in Borrowdale.
The Great North Air Ambulance flew him to the major trauma centre at the Royal Preston hospital for specialist care.
He suffered head, leg and chest injuries and is in a stable condition.
Two very different communities say they're being badly affected by road works in Cumbria.
The rural villages in Borrowdale have been hit by the closure of the main road to Keswick, and in the town centre of Wigton, businesses and shops say trade is down because of new gas mains being laid.
Matthew Taylor reports.
The B5289 Borrowdale Road in the Lake District will be shut to cars for six weeks while a retaining wall is repaired.
Pedestrians, dismounted cyclists and horse riders will be able to pass through while work is ongoing.It'll cost around £60,000 to complete the work.
One of the main roads through the Lake District will be closed for six weeks. The B5289, which skirts along the east of Derwent Water and is the main access road for communities along Borrowdale including Grange, Rosthwaite and Seatoller, is shut.
Cumbria Highways Engineers say need to carry out structural repairs to a retaining wall that stops the roadway from collapsing into the lake. Residents and businesses will face a detour across Honister Pass which can get blocked by snow and ice in winter.
Barry Surtees from Honister Slate Mine said it would affect his business by stopping lorries from using the Borrowdale route to collect slate. He also criticised the council for a lack of notice claiming he had not had any communications from Cumbria County Council directly.
Hundreds of volunteers are helping to fix the Borrowdale fells in the Lake District today.
Volunteers met in Rosthwaite this morning before heading out to restore paths, woodland and dry stone walls.
They include school children, young people from the Lakes College and the Princes Trust and apprentices from a local housing company, who are learning to dry stone wall, as well as adults.
Villagers in the Borrowdale Valley in the Lake District are concerned that they Tour of Britain may have to be re-routed due to the state of their roads.
Borrowdale Parish Council say the road is riddled with potholes which are a danger to cyclists and motorists.
They are concerned the surface would not be safe enough for the world famous race which will see millions of pounds ploughed into the local economy.
ITV Border contacted Cumbria County Council about the condition of the Borrowdale valley road yesterday (8th May).
They said the road would be maintained as normal ahead of Septembers race.
This morning most of the potholes were filled in with tarmac by highways engineers.
A parish council in Cumbria fears that the Tour of Britain route may have to be diverted away from the north Lakes, due to "appalling" road surfaces.
Borrowdale parish council are now writing to Cumbria County Council and its Highway department, along with the Lake District National Park Authority, Cumbria Tourism and local MPs to bring attention to what they describe as dangerous road conditions.
Hundreds of spectators are expected to line the B5289 Borrowdale road when the event runs from Honister Pass to Keswick during the Carlisle to Windermere stage on 16th September.