Police are asking for help in finding missing Maryilyn White from Hatfield Woodhouse in Doncaster.
Officers says she was last seen at her home address on Bawtry Road in Hatfield Woodhouse, at around 8:30pm on Wednesday, 26 November.
Leeds United footballers Billy Sharp, Michael Tonge and Stephen Warnock are among hundreds of mourners at today's funeral service in Doncaster for 16-year-old Blake Cairns - one of five teenagers killed in a car crash at an accident spot in Conisbrough almost two weeks ago.
Blake's brother Alex is a member of Leeds United's academy. The funeral service at the Salvation Army Hall in Doncaster is the last of this week's services for the five victims, all of whom were either current or past pupils at the Danum Academy School. Police are continuing their investigations into the crash.
The last funeral takes place today of five friends killed in a crash in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire. A service will be held for 16-year-old Blake Cairns at the Salvation Army Hall in Doncaster.
Blake died along with four other present and former pupils of Danum School in an accident in Conisbrough.
A minute's applause will also be held at at Elland Road tomorrow for Blake, whose brother Alex is a goalkeeper at Leeds United.
The funeral of another of the five teenagers killed in a crash in South Yorkshire has been held in Doncaster. Hundreds of classmates from Danum School were at the service for 18-year-old Arpad Kore at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. There were so many mourners that roads were closed off in the Armthorpe Road area of the town. David Hirst reports.
Mourners have gathered in heavy rain outside Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Doncaster for the funeral of Arpad Kore.
The 18-year-old was among five teenagers killed in a crash at an accident blackspot at Conisbroughon November the 15th
The funeral of one of five teenagers killed in a crash in South Yorkshire will be held in Doncaster later today.
The service for 18-year-old Arpad Kore will be held at the Mount Carmel Catholic Church. He died along with four other present and former pupils of Danum School. The church is expected to be packed with his school friends.
A community coping with grief and loss has come together today to say a final farewell to the two teenage girls killed in the tragic car accident which claimed five young lives. Yesterday 18-year-old Bartosz Bortniczak was laid to rest. Today the young women were remembered at a joint service in Doncaster. Many school pupils joined the families of Megan Storey and Jordanna Goodwin, who were both 16-years-old. Services for Arpad Kore and Blake Cairns are to be held on Thursday and Friday. Frazer Maude reports
The funerals of two girls who were among five teenagers killed in a car crash in South Yorkshire will be held in Doncaster today. The service for
16-year-old Megan Storey and Jordanna Goodwin, also 16, will be held at the Salvation Army Hall in the town later this morning. They died along with three other present and former pupils of Danum School on the A630 at Conisbrough.
Yesterday it was the funeral for Bartosz Bortniczak - who used to attend the school and still had close links.
The headteacher Rebecca Staples told Calendar there are alternatives for those pupils who didn't want to go to the funerals:
The first of five funerals for the teenagers who were killed in a crash in South Yorkshire last week was held today Monday November 24, 2014.
The service for Bartosz Bortniczak who was eighteen was held in Doncaster. He died along with four others on the A630 at Conisbrough.
Pupils and teachers from his former school, Danum Academy were among the mourners.
The academy is also preparing for the funerals of the other victims who were still at the school. David Hirst reports.
Hundreds gathered to pay their respects today at the funeral of one of the five Doncaster teenagers killed in an horrific car crash. The service for 18-year-old Bartosz Bortniczak took place at the town's main Catholic Church. David Hirst reports.