North Yorkshire Police say that searches in York's River Ouse for missing man Rory Johnson have been postponed for today.
The Regional Underwater Search Team based at Humberside Police have made a safety assessment of the river this morning.
Due to adverse weather conditions and the current level of the river, it has been decided that the river is not safe enough for searches to resume today.
An assessment will be made again tomorrow morning by the Underwater Search Team, to determine whether it is safe for searches to go ahead.
Rory's family have been made aware and are being supported by specialist police officers.
Searches will resume this morning in York's river Ouse for a man who has been missing for more than four days.
29-year-old Rory Johnson from Skipton was last seen heading to a bar during a night out in the early hours of Friday morning.
Teams have searched the river for the past three days looking for him.
Police searching for missing Rory Johnson in York have released future information about his disappearance.
The 29-year-old from Skipton went missing on Thursday night, into Friday morning.
Here is a timeline of events as police understand them, leading to Mr Johnson's disappearance on the night
- 11.30pm: Mr Johnson was at the The Postern Gate Wetherspoon pub - where he met someone (a hotel guest) and their father.
- Midnight: Mr Johnson returned to Travelodge (York Central) with the two people he had met. Mr Johnson was staying the night there with his friend.
- 12.15am: Mr Johnson left the hotel with one of the hotel guests he had met at the pub to go to another pub (unknown at this time).
- 12.30am: Mr Johnson went missing. The person he had met assumed he had gone to the toilet or returned to the hotel.
Police divers and York boat rescue are extensively searching the River Ouse.
Police divers have intensified their search for Rory Johnson in York.
The 29-year-old from Skipton was last seen on a night out in the early hours of Friday.
York rescue boats have once again been combing the River Ouse and its banks this morning.
Posters have also been put up around York to appeal for information from the public.
A search of the River Ouse has been underway today for a man missing in York after a night out. Police divers and the York rescue boat have been combing the river and its banks for any sign of 29 year Rory Johnson. He'd been out drinking with friends in the city - but never made it back to his hotel. Katie Oscroft reports.
Friends of missing man Rory Johnson are helping in the search for him in York, where he was last seen following a night out in the early hours of Friday.
The York Rescue Boat is also taking part in the search for the 29-year-old, along the River Ouse.
Concern is growing for for a 29-year-old man from Skipton who has been reported missing while on a night out in York.
It's feared Rory Johnson may have got into difficulty while walking near the River Ouse and the Humberside Police Underwater Search Unit is today carrying out searches in the City Mills and Skeldergate Bridge area.
Mr Johnson was last seen by his friend at 12.15am on Friday, November 20th when he left the York Central Travel Lodge on Piccadilly where they were staying the night.
He never returned to the hotel and failed to turn up for work in Skipton on Friday evening. His mobile phone is also going to answer phone and he has not been in contact with his family, which is out of character.
Extensive police enquiries are ongoing to trace Mr Johnson and to establish his movements on Thursday evening and into the early hours of Friday morning.
The two friends were in The Postern Gate Wetherspoon pub from around 11.30pm on Thursday, and Mr Johnson headed back out after returning to the nearby Travel Lodge for a short time at around midnight.
Mr Johnson is 5ft 6in tall, slim, with has short mousy-coloured hair. He was wearing a round-neck black top, blue jeans and white and navy trainers.
Anyone who remembers seeing him, or someone matching his description in York on Thursday evening or Friday is asked to get in touch with the police on 101, quoting reference number 12150207141.
Police in Leeds are appealing for information to help trace a woman who has been missing for 12 days.
Dagmara Holanova, 34 was last seen in the Armley area of Leeds between 5pm and 7pm on Tuesday November 3.
She is described as a Slovakian woman, of Eastern European appearance, 5"7" tall, slim build with brown eyes and brown shoulder length hair.
Dagmara was last seen wearing a pink jacket, black and white check trousers and white trainers.
She is known to have links across Leeds, Bradford, Dewsbury and Rotherham. Anyone who has seen or heard from Dagmara, or who knows where she is now, is asked to contact West Yorkshire Police via 101 quoting 852 of 7/11/15.
Police are appealing for information to trace a teenager missing in Leeds.
Hannah Davies, 15, from the Halton Moor area was last seen at her home in Gamble Hill Close, around 12.15pm yesterday afternoon.
She is described as white, 5ft 7ins tall and slim with light blonde/light brown hair. She was last seen wearing black boots, white jeans, a yellow vest top and grey hooded jumper, and was carrying a large brown handbag.
Hannah is known to have connections across Leeds, but most recently in Morley, Gipton, Seacroft and Halton Moor.
"We are growing increasingley concerned for Hannah and would appeal to anyone who has seen or heard from her or who knows where she is now to come forward. Enquiries are ongoing."
Anyone who has seen Hannah or has information about her whereabouts is asked to contact Leeds District Police on 101 quoting log reference 872 of 14/11
Emergency services searching for 73-year-old Stephen Gibson, who went missing on 11 November when out walking near Rosedale Chimney Bank, have found a body.
Officers recovered a man's body near Cropton this morning. Stephen's family have been informed of the discovery.