Police are growing concerned about a man missing from Hull.
Stephen Colin Beadleson was reported missing from his home address in the Beverley High Road area of Hull after being last seen by his mother at this address at approximately on the morning of Monday 22nd September 2014.
Stephen is described as a white, 6ft tall with a medium build and dark coloured greying hair.
It is not known at this time what clothing Stephen was wearing when he left his home address.
He has been reported missing on one previous occasion several years ago. On that occasion he spent time along the east coast in the Humberside and North Yorkshire area.
There are concerns for Stephen's welfare due to the time he has been missing without having any contact with his family.
Stephen is urged to call the police or his family to confirm he is ok and any contact will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.
Police are growing increasingly concerned about a heavily pregnant woman who has gone missing and may be in Yorkshire.
Alexandra Ferenczi, 19, was last seen at around 12pm on September 18 in the Lees Road area of Oldham, Greater Manchester.
She is 33 weeks pregnant and described as being slim, has long light brown hair and is around 5ft 5in.
Ms Ferenczi lives in the Egerton Street area of Ashton-under-Lyne but detectives believe she may be in the Yorkshire area.
Anyone with information should contact Greater Manchester Police on 0161 856 9350 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
South Yorkshire Police are appealing for help to locate missing 15-year-old Daniel Rodgers from Sheffield.
Daniel, known as Danny to his friends, was last seen at around 10.45am yesterday at his home address in St Matthias Road, Deepcar.
He is described as being around 5ft 5ins tall, with blue eyes and fair hair that is cut short.
He was last seen wearing grey tracksuit bottoms and a burgundy raincoat with a hood.
Daniel is known to frequent the Oughtibridge area.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for Daniel’s welfare and they are asking anyone who has seen him to get in touch.
Police are appealing for help in locating a 14 year-old boy who has been reported missing.
Bradley Wells, who is originally from Barton, was living in Scunthorpe at the time his went missing. He was last seen inScunthorpe at 1pm on Thursday 11 September.
He is described as white; around 5ft 8ins tall, clean shaven with short, curly mousy coloured hair.
Bradley was last seen wearing a grey Adidas track suit with matching zip-up hoody. Bradley is believed to be in the Grimsby area and police are urging him to contact them.
Police have appealed for help to trace a man who went missing from Water Meadows in Mansfield yesterday,
Matthew Clarke, 22, who is from the Ashfield area, went missing just before 3pm yesterday.
He is 6 ft 4 ins tall, and of a heavy build with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing black Adidas jogging bottoms, a grey and white polo shirt, a black fleece and white trainers.
Sergeant Richard Cornell said: “Matthew is quite distinctive due to his height. Have you seen him? We are concerned for his safety and need to find him as soon as we can. If you know where he is please call us.”
It is believed Matthew may be intending to travel into Nottingham or London.
West Yorkshire Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a 16-year-old from Armley, Leeds, who has not returned home for a week.
The last confirmed sighting of Tyrone Taylor, known as TJ, is at around 10.30pm on Saturday 30 August, walking along Guillemont Road, Morley, in the direction of Armley. Tyrone had spent the evening in the Glen Field Park area.
He is white, with a full head of ginger hair, 6ft tall and of skinny build. He was last seen wearing a navy blue top, navy tracksuit jogging bottoms and plain black trainers.
"Tyrone has been reported missing previously and has slept rough before returning home; however he has never been missing for this length of time before. We have been conducting extensive enquiries with known friends and associates of Tyrone since he was reported missing but so far have not been able to confirm any further sightings of him since last Saturday. I would appeal to anyone who has seen Tyrone or has information about his current whereabouts to call Leeds District Police on 101. Similarly, I would urge Tyrone himself to either make contact with the police or his family to confirm that he is safe and well."
Police in York are growing increasingly concerned about a woman who has been missing since Thursday.
Irene Walmsley, 87, was last seen approx 1.25pm crossing the road in Strensall near to the Ship Inn towards Boots Pharmacy.
She is described as being white, 5ft 5in to 5ft 6in tall, with a medium to large build and elbow length grey hair. When she was last seen Irene was wearing a beige coat, dark trousers, black shoes and was carrying a black handbag with shoulder strap. She may be using a walking stick.
Officers are concerned for Irene’s welfare as not being in touch with her family is out of character.
They are appealing for anyone who might have seen her to contact them.
Police are appealing to the public for help in locating missing Scunthorpe woman Hayley Marsden who has not been seen since Sunday 31 August .
Hayley, 41, of Bluebell Close, Scunthorpe was last seen at around 4.30pm on Sunday when she is reported to have left The Tavern public house, Hiigh Street, Scunthorpe. Hayley is described as white, 5 ft 6 ins tall and of medium build with shoulder length blond hair.
When last seen she was wearing purple and red patterned trousers with a denim jacket and black Thoms shoes.
Police and family are becoming increasingly concerned for Haylley’s welfare as her disappearance is out of character and she has not been in touch with family members.
Enquiries to date have suggested that Hayley may have got into a taxi, reported as being a silver coloured Toyota Avensis, close to where she was last seen. Police are keen to trace the dirver of that vehicle as they may have information which could assist with enquiries.
Police are appealing for help in their search for missing cyclist David Anthony Smith. The 66-year-old was last seen at his home in Newark at about 3pm on September 2nd and is believed to have set off on a bike ride shortly after.
Officers say it is out of character for the keen cyclist to go missing and his family are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Mr Smith is about 5ft 10ins tall, of medium build, with short grey hair and rides a dark coloured mountain bike.
Families of missing people could be given new powers under Government proposals to take care of the legal and financial affairs of their absent relatives.
Direct debits for mobile phones and utility bills and making mortgage payments are among some of the actions families could take under the status of "guardian of the property and affairs of a missing person".
This would be in addition to the introduction of "certificates of presumed death" which can be applied for by relatives from October 1.
Imagine someone you love going missing. Then imagine watching the life that you hope they will return to fall apart. Missing People regularly hears from distressed families who are unable to step in and look after their missing relative's property and finances while they are missing. In the worst cases, finances are destroyed beyond repair and homes can be lost. This is why Missing People has been campaigning for guardianship to enable families to protect a missing loved one's life in their absence, and we are delighted that the Government has launched a consultation on introducing it.
The Ministry of Justice is seeking views on whether a system should be created under which a person can be appointed to deal with the property and affairs of a missing person.
The sudden disappearance of a loved one, perhaps without any obvious explanation, is a traumatic event for even the most resilient. The emotional and personal problems caused by absences of several months or even years are all too obvious, but they can be compounded by the practical consequences of the disappearance. We are considering the creation of a status of guardian of the property and affairs of a missing person to help enable these problems to be solved.
Under the proposals, an appointment as guardian for a missing person would be made by the court after a person has been absent for at least 90 days.
The appointment would be for a period of up to four years with the possibility of extension for a further four, and the guardian would have to account for their actions to a supervisory body.