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Growing concern for missing Hawick man

Robert Cantle Credit: ITV Border

Police are renewing their appeal for help in finding missing 45-year-old Robert Cantle from Hawick.

Mr Cantle was last seen on Sunday 24 July in Hawick.

Friends and family are seriously concerned about his welfare, as he's currently taking medication for Type 1 diabetes and they don't believe he has his medication with him.

He's described as white, five foot seven inches tall, of a stocky build with a shaven head, red beard and wears glasses.

He was last seen wearing a black zipped fleece, and a blue t-shirt, and was driving a Silver Fiat Punto.

Police are asking farmers to check their farmland and back roads.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.

Inspector Robbie Noble from Police Scotland has more:

Concerns for missing Whitehaven man

Missing man Paul Radcliffe Credit: Cumbria Police

Police are concerned for the welfare of a man who went missing in Whitehaven.

Paul Radcliffe, from Cambridge Road, was last seen leaving West Cumberland Hospital at 8pm on Friday, 15th July.

The 45-year-old is described as being white, approximately 5ft 7inches tall, with short dark brown hair, and of medium build.

Officers believe that he may be in the Hensingham area of the town.

"Police are concerned for Paul’s welfare and appeal to anyone who has seen him to call Cumbria Police on 101.

"Police also urge Paul if he sees this appeal to let police know he is safe and well."

– Cumbria Police spokesperson

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Police looking to trace missing Stranraer woman

Police Scotland are appealing for information on Katie Lambert who has been reporting missing from Stranraer.

Police say she travelled by taxi to Glasgow in the early hours of Tuesday (21st June).

Anyone who knows Katie's whereabout is asked to call Police on 101.

Missing man found safe and well in Carlisle

The man who was believed to have jumped off Eden Bridge has been found safe and well in Carlisle.

Cumbria Police and Fire and Rescue, along with a police helicopter, had been searching through the night after reports the man had jumped into the river.

Police would like to thank everyone for their assistance in helping to locate the man.

Concerns for missing 14-year-old boy

Missing 14 year old Kash Rosenau-Hussain Credit: Cumbria Police

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.

Concern for missing Whitehaven teenager

John Peacock Credit: Cumbria Police

Cumbria Police are growing concerned for the welfare of a teenager who's gone missing in the Whitehaven area.

John Peacock, 14, from Whitehaven, was last seen at Carlisle Youth Zone on Saturday 23rd January.

He is described as white, of slim build, with short dark brown hair and is approximately 5ft 4inches tall.

It is believed he may be wearing a blue coat, dark coloured tracksuit bottoms, red Manchester United hat and blue astro turf trainers.

Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen John to get in touch.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police immediately on 101.

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Possible sighting of missing man in Cumbria

Kilian Wolfgang Ruthlein Credit: Northumbria Police

Police say a German man who has been missing for nearly a month, could have been spotted in Cumbria.

Concern was raised for Kilian Wolfgang Ruthlein, 26, from Darmstadt in Germany, on Friday October 16.

Police received a call from a member of the public who had found his clothing and belongings next to Kielder reservoir.

He's thought to be missing in Northumberland, and local police have been joined by the Marine Unit, Forestry Commission, Northumbria Water, and Search and Rescue to search the area.

But now, new information suggests there may have been a sighting of him at Greenhead Hotel, in Greenhead near Brampton, on October 21.

We now have new information to release which may spark the memory of people who were staying in or around Kielder in the days after Kilian's disappearance.

Members of the public have contacted us to say a man who looked like Kilian was staying at the Greenhead Hotel, Greenhead, on the evening of October 21.

Witnesses say the man looked similar to the photos we have released of Kilian, spoke with a foreign accent and gave the name of Davidson.

We appeal to the man, or anyone who may have seen or spoken to him to contact us as they may have vital information to help with enquiries.

We are working closely with Kilian's family to keep them updated of our progress and they are understandably distressed and desperate to know where Kilian is."

– Chief Inspector Nicola Musgrove

Concern for 70-year-old missing in Kelso

Maureen Tait Credit: Police Scotland

Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 70-year-old woman from Kelso.

Maureen Tait from Oakfield Court was last seen at around 6am this morning as she walked towards Sainsbury’s.

She still hasn't returned home, and concern is growing because she has dementia.

She is 5ft 6ins tall with a slim build and shoulder-length light brown hair, which is greying. She was last seen wearing a blue coat, scarf and blue shoes.

Given Maureen’s condition we are eager to establish her whereabouts as soon as possible and ensure she is returned home safely.

Anyone with information that can help us find Maureen is asked to contact police immediately.”

– Inspector Bryan Burns, Police Scotland

Police concern for missing Corsock man

Kristian Lee Wilson Credit: Police Scotland

Police Scotland are growing increasingly concerned about a man from Corsock who is missing.

Kristian Lee Wilson, 41, was last seen in Edinburgh on Tuesday 22 September 2015, but there has been no contact with him since.

He is around six-feet tall, of medium build with hazel eyes and receding short blond hair.

Anyone who may have spoken to Kristian recently, or knows of his current whereabouts is asked to contact us through the 101 system."

– Constable Alan Davidson of Police Scotland
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