Police have made a direct appeal to a man they want to speak to as an inquiry is launched into a suspected murder in Driffield.
Extensive searches are underway to find Anthony Lawrence.
Officers were called to a house in Southburn at around 9.20pm on Friday, January 12 following reports a man and woman had been seriously injured in a disturbance at a property. They were both taken to hospital where the man died this morning. His family are being supported by specialist officers.
Police have taped off a mile-long area of the village, which has about 20 houses in it.
The cordon is on an unnamed road running east of Thornton Lane at one end, and Southburn Road at the other end.
Chief Inspector Andy Parsons made a direct appeal to Mr Lawrence on the police website.
Mr Lawrence is described as white, aged 56 and around 5ft 10ins tall. He is of large build and balding with close cropped dark hair. It is believed he is driving a dark blue Vauxuall Meriva, with blacked out rear windows and a poppy on the front grill. The registration number is FE07 SVP.