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Police Scotland are searching for a 13 year old boy reported missing from the Lockerbie area. Sean Turner was last seen on Friday evening. It's thought he may be trying to travel to the Liverpool area.
Sean is described as 5’7”, slim build, with dark brown hair, an olive skin tone and has a Bradford accent. He may be carrying a black and grey holdall.
Anyone who thinks they may have seen Sean or has any information as to his current whereabouts, are asked to contact Lockerbie Police on 101.
A good deal of cloud though the day with some patchy light rain, mainly in the west over hills.
Cloud will continue to thicken with rain turning more persistent later in the afternoon and in the evening.
Lighter winds. Highs above the average 9-11 °C
Police Scotland can now confirm that the body is that of 31 year old Annan man Ian Carruthers, missing from the town since 17 January 2014. A post mortem examination has taken place and enquiries into his disappearance continue. The family of Mr Carruthers have been informed.
Rain across the west extending northeast across most parts in the morning, although little rain in the east.
Dry in the afternoon with some brightness in east. Mild and windy. Maximum temperature 12 °C.
Port Vale have already changed the course of Carlisle United's season once. Their victory in Cumbria late last year spelled the end of Greg Abbott's time in charge.
Tomorrow an injury-hit Carlisle team are down in the Potteries for the return fixture, with boss Graham Kavanagh confident that his side can get the results they need in the coming weeks to secure their future in League One.
Ryan Dollard reports.
Almost 1,000 people from the Heathhall area of Dumfries, have signed a petition against the proposed development of two new plants.
Armstrong Waste Management and NWF Agriculture haven't submitted plans as yet - but they are considering a new waste handling facility, and an animal food store.
Lori Carnochan reports.
This summer all eyes will be on Scotland as Glasgow hosts the Commonwealth Games.
Today, some of the thousands of volunteers who will help run the games began their training - and got a first look at what they will be wearing.
Among them are many from Cumbria and Southern Scotland.
Hannah McNulty spent the day in Glasgow.