Police are appealing for information after a drone incident at the weekend which saw flights temporarily suspended at Leeds Bradford Airport.
At about 1pm on Saturday officers from the neighbourhood policing team based at the airport were patrolling the perimeter when they were alerted by air traffic control staff who had seen the unmanned aircraft being flown in and around the airfield.
The police helicopter was deployed to the area to assist officers on the ground who were searching the area to try to identify who was flying the drone.
Air traffic control tracked the drone heading to the Eccup area and the helicopter was sent to search that area but was unable to find it.
Aircraft were grounded during the search but normal service was able to resume at the airport a short time later.