Police in South Yorkshire are appealing for help in tracking down a missing teenager.
14-year-old Ethan Davies was last seen near a paper shop on Church Street in Conisbrough around 6pm. Despite several searches he has not been found.
Ethan is around 5ft 5ins tall, slim with short mousey brown hair. He wears thick black rimmed glasses and when he was last seen he was wearing a black coloured quilted-style coat, black trainers and grey coloured hoody.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police via 101 and quoting incident reference number 1172 from the 2 February.
Police are appealing for anyone who sees a missing Huddersfield man to get in contact.
James Briggs, who is 34, and from Golcar was last seen at 10.48pm on February 1st. He is about 5'7", slim , with dark brown / black hair which is short at the sides and longer on the top with a bit of quiff.
He has a scar on his forehead and lots of tattoos including one of a rose with 'Eloise' in it and a heart with 'Leo' on his arms. He is thought to be wearing a black 'biker' style leather jacket and army style walking boots and could be in the London area.
Police are appealing for help to find a 57-year-old man who has gone missing from Gainsborough.
Steve Barrow has not been heard from by family or friends for two or three days and they are concerned for his welfare.
He is around 5ft 10in, of medium build, with brown/grey hair and a ruddy complexion. Anyone who has seen Mr Barrow or knows of his whereabout sis asked to contact police on 101.
Police in Bradford are appealing for anyone who sees a missing teenager to get in contact. Jamilah Patel, who is 14, was last seen on Wheatlands Avenue, late last night.
She is 5'3" tall with long, straight brown hair worn down. When last seen she was wearing a thick grey coloured cardigan and possibly jeans. She also had a biege coloured hand-held bag.
The father of missing man Rory Johnson-Hatfield has today appealed for further information about his son’s disappearance in York.Read the full story ›
The father of a man who went missing after a night out in York has issued an emotional appeal for his safe return.
Rory Johnson-Hatfield, 29, from Skipton was last seen three weeks ago in the City Mills area.
His family arranged additional searches of the River Ouse, with the York Rescue Boat, after police searches were suspended due to flooding.
Doug Hatfield said Rory's disappearance had "left a hole" in the family's heart.
Police in York have released CCTV images as the search for missing Skipton man Rory Johnson continues.
It is hoped the images will jog the memories of anyone who may have seen Rory in York in the early hours of Friday 20 November 2015.
The images show Rory in Tower Street, York at around 12.39am opposite Clifford’s Tower. A further sighting of Rory in the City Mills area at 12.47am has since been confirmed by family members.
Officers are following a number of lines of investigation with the recent river searches being one of several.
We have now concluded very extensive searches of the river, both on the surface and using underwater sonar equipment. At present there is no reason to continue the search of the river, however, if further information allows us to target a specific location then searches would be resumed.
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.