Police are continuing to appeal for information about a missing man who is believed to be in Cumbria.
Timothy Edwards has been missing from his home in Prestatyn, north Wales, since Friday 1st April.
Police believe the 45-year-old could be in the Lake District as enquiries suggest he drove on the M6 on Friday to the Carnforth area, north of Lancaster.
He's thought to have been using a black BMW with registration number KJ03 DJZ, which was found parked at Langthwaite Wood near to Crummock Water on 6th April.
Mr Edwards is described as white, between 6ft and 6ft3in tall and of medium build.
He has short dark coloured brown hair, which is receding, and was last seen wearing a grey and black striped Trespass jumper, blue jeans, grey and blue coloured walking boots.
Anyone with information should call Cumbria Constabulary on 101 quoting reference number CP-20160406-0153.
Cumbria Police are growing increasingly concerned for a 27-year-old man who was last seen in the London Road area of Carlisle.
Richard Whiskin was last seen at 2.45pm on Thursday August 20th.
He is described as a white male, of slim build, 5ft 9 – 6ft tall, with brown eyes, brown hair which is currently shaven on the back and sides, distinctive sideburns and facial hair.
He has a piercing in his eyelid and his nose and was last seen wearing a navy blue waterproof jacket, dark coloured jeans and blue Adidas trainers.
Police are appealing to anyone who may have seen Mr Whiskin to call Cumbria Police on 101.
If Mr Whiskin sees this appeal he is also asked to let Police know he is safe and well.
Police appeal for information to trace a man reported missing at West Linton.
Kevin Dalgetty was not at his home in Kingside Cottages when his son came to visit at around 11pm Monday evening.
Attempts were made to contact the 52-year-old but so far these have been unsuccessful and he has not been seen or heard from since Sunday evening.
It is believed he may be driving his silver Renault Traffic van, which has ‘Straiton Building and Roofing Services’ written in black on the side.
Kevin is described as white, 5ft 8ins tall with a stocky build, dark brown hair and a tattoo of a Japanese fish on his left forearm.
Police are increasingly concerned for the wellbeing of a man who has gone missing from Carlisle.
Stephen Anthony Bell, aged 39, was last seen on Tuesday 4 August in the Harraby area of Carlisle at around 10am.
Mr Bell requires regular medication which he does not have access to at this time.
Police are asking members of the public not to approach him.
Stephen is described as a while male, of slim build, 5ft 8” in height, with mousey brown longish hair.
He was last seen wearing two tracksuit zip up tops, one blue and one red along with burgundy coloured shorts.
He is known to people in Carlisle, Gretna, Eastriggs, and Newcastle, and its thought he could have travelled via bus or train.
Police are concerned for his wellbeing and appeal to anyone who may have seen Mr Bell to call Cumbria Police.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a man who has gone missing in the Carlisle area.
Stephen Anthony Bell, 39, was last seen yesterday (4 August) in the Harraby area at around 10am.
He is while, of slim build, 5'8” tall, with mousey brown longish hair.
He was last seen wearing two tracksuit zip up tops – one blue and one red – and burgundy coloured shorts.
Police say he is known to people in Carlisle, Gretna, Eastriggs, and Newcastle, and may have travelled via bus or train.
They're asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.
Police are appealing for information to help find a missing Penrith man.
26-year-old Thomas McMorrow went missing from the Glenridding area of Penrith late on Sunday, January 5.
He was last seen at the Inn on the Lake just after 10 pm that night where he had been at his work's Christmas party.
He is described as approximately 5 foot 11 inches in height, of slim build with short brown hair which is receding at the front.
He was last seen wearing blue denim trousers, a long sleeved white shirt and brown shoes.
Cumbria Police are sending two senior officers to help Greek police search for a missing man from Kendal.
Roger Bainbridge disappeared while visiting the Greek island of Antipaxos almost two weeks ago.
His family say they are delighted and "extremely grateful".
Specialist search teams have been brought in to look for a Cumbrian man who has gone missing while on holiday in the Greek islands.
Roger Bainbridge, 67, from Kendal, was visiting his sister Maggie Cooper on the island of Paxos when he went missing.
Mr Bainbridge had taken a ferry to a nearby island of Antipaxos last Thursday, but when he didn't return for a family barbecue later that night they raised the alarm.
The Greek Embassy says that a 10-strong search team has been brought in from neighbouring Corfu.
A Greek Embassy Spokesman said:
"They are concentrating on the Antipaxos area. He went there and it is thought that is where he went missing. At this stage we don't know what happened to him and are focusing on finding him."
A man who was missing from his home in the Scottish Borders has been found safe and well.
Kevin Shiel, from Noble Place in Hawick, had been missing since Tuesday 10th September, but has now returned home.
Police are looking for help in finding a man who has been missing from his home in the Scottish Borders for a week.
Kevin Shiel, from Noble Place in Hawick, was last seen outside his home on Tuesday 10th September and has not been in touch with anyone since.
The 46-year-old is white, six foot two inches tall with a heavy build and has short dark brown hair.
Police say he may be carrying a rucksack with purple flashes.
A Police Scotland spokesman said:
"Kevin has access to money and is able to travel easily. He has previously visited various locations across the Borders, Edinburgh and into England to view art exhibitions and we are eager to hear from anyone who believes they have seen him in the past week.
"Similarly, we would also urge Kevin to get in touch with police or loved ones ASAP and let us know he's safe and well.
"Those with information can contact Police Scotland on 101 or alternatively, the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.