Police in Grimsby say they are growing increasingly concerned about a missing teenage boy.
17-year-old Harry Rowbotham has not been home since 9th February, and was since seen in the Top Town and Freshney Place areas of Grimsby.
He is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall with a medium build and he has light brown short hair. He was last seen wearing a beige coloured hooded jacket, a fairisle style jumper, denim jeans and grey and orange Adidas trainers.
Police investigating the discovery of a baby's body in Grimsby say the body may have been there for some time.
The body was found by a plumber working in the grounds of a property in Scartho Road on Thursday afternoon.
Early yesterday afternoon we attended a property In Scartho Road, Grimsby following a report regarding the discovery of the body of a baby having been found in the drain of the rear garden.
I can confirm that sadly this was found to be the case and early indications would suggest that the body may have been there for some time.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place on Monday and it is hoped that this will provide the investigation with a better indication of age, whether the child was born alive or not, and ultimately how long the body had been in that location prior to discovery.
The owner of a semi-detached house has spoken of her shock after the body of a baby was found in a drain in the garden of her property.
The woman, aged in her 50's, who wished to remain anonymous, said: "It's just awful what has happened. It was a shock and it is so sad."
The woman, who said she has lived at the address for "many years", confirmed the baby was found in a bag by the plumber.
Investigations are continuing after a baby was found dead in a house in Grimsby yesterday.
Detectives spent much of yesterday at the property in Scartho Road after the body was found in a drain by a plummer.
Police will continue to search houses in the area throughout the day.
A major investigation's been launched after what's believed to be the body of baby was discovered at a house in Grimsby.
Detectives have spent much of the day at the property in Scartho Road, as David Hirst reports:
Humberside Police are investigating reports of a baby's body being found at a house in Grimsby. Detectives have been called to Scartho Road to investigate.
Police searching for Liam Pullen from Grimsby say a body has been found washed up on the East Coast.
Liam, who is 21, was last seen on Friday evening, after leaving a house in Cleethorpes.
A man's body was found last night at Spurn Point near Kilnsea. Liam's family has been told.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for a 21-year-old from Grimsby who has not been seen for two days.
Liam Pullen was last seen a on Friday evening leaving on address in Cleethorpes after a misunderstanding with a friend.
He left the address wearing a navy coat with a hood, navy top and grey jogging bottoms and without any shoes on.
The A16 Victoria Street south is closed in both directions due to strong winds and an unsafe building between Freeport Wharf/Market Street at the Tesco traffic lights and Lower Spring Street. The road is expected to remain closed until tomorrow afternoon.
Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after a robbery at an elderly couple's home in Grimsby.
Police say the incident took place on Saturday 30th January at 8pm, as two men forced their way into the property.
The elderly man was restrained and the suspects demanded money from his wife. They left the home without taking any property but left the couple shocked and shaken.
The first suspect is described as white, 6ft tall and of slim build with a local accent. The second suspect is also white, 5ft 8ins tall and of a stocky build.