A man's body has been found at a house in Doncaster.
Police officers were called to an address on Winnipeg Road in the Bentley area on Monday August 7 at around 8.30pm where they found the 56-year-old man.
His death is being treated as unexplained.
A 62-year-old woman has been arrested.
The family of a missing 84-year-old woman say they are desperate to find her and make sure she is safe and well.
Constance Wilkinson, from Doncaster, hasn’t been seen for over 24-hours.
Police say they are following up various leads and making numerous enquiries with public transport networks and CCTV to try and trace her steps.
They believe she is still in the Doncaster area. Mrs Wilkinson was last seen wearing a long cream coloured coat and carrying a blue Radley shoulder bag. She is 5ft 2ins tall and slim.
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Doncaster Council says it is a precautionary measure to reassure residents. The work is expected to take around a week to complete.
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