An elderly man has been reunited with his missing car - after a police appeal.
The pensioner, who isn't from the area, left his blue Citroen C1 in Carlisle yesterday.
He suffers from memory loss, and was unable to remember where it was.
The car was finally found in Iceland car park, yesterday afternoon, by a member of the public.
An elderly man visiting Carlisle has misplaced his car.
The man, who suffers memory loss, parked his blue Citroen C1, Registration WF59 KRK, somewhere in the City Centre but is unable to remember where.
Police are appealing for members of the public to alert them of any sightings of the vehicle:
We have also made numerous enquiries with taxi firms and the council regarding parking wardens, but to no avail.
Obviously we would really like to reunite this man with his car as soon as possible, so I ask members of the public to let us know if they see the vehicle.”
A Carlisle church, which was forced to close its doors last month after being targeted by thieves, has re-opened.
St Cuthbert's in the city centre was closed between services after two brass bishop's mitres were stolen.
But now CCTV has been installed, the church is opening its doors to members of the public once more.
Temperatures in Carlisle reached 30.8C today, making it the third hottest day in July since records began.
Records first started in the early 1960s.
The hottest July day since then was in 2006, with temperatures topping 31.4C.
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