Police looking for a 73-year-old woman Sheila Sykes missing from her home near York, have found a body.
The former colleagues of a police officer who died in a road accident in North Yorkshire pay their respects.
North Yorkshire Police's temporary Chief Constable has led the tributes to PC Andrew Bramma, who tragically died while on duty.
There has been an emotional farewell and a tribute from his Chief Constable at the funeral of PC Andrew Bramma.
The 32-year-old died officer when his van left the road and hit a tree while answering a 999 call in North Yorkshire earlier this month
Today, hundreds of family and friends gathered in Leeds to pay their respects, including colleagues from his time serving in the Greater Manchester force. James Webster reports.
The deputy secretary of North Yorkshire Police Federation has described PC Andrew Bramma, who was killed in a car crash on a 999 call early in January, as a good police officer and a good person. Sergeant Mike Stubbs made the comments as a guard of honour was formed for the 32 year old's funeral.
Police have confirmed that the 23-year-old man from the Durham area who was arrested last night in connection with the fatal pedestrian collision in Stokesley remains in police custody.
A minute's silence was held this afternoon at 1.45pm by officers right across North Yorkshire Police to coincide with the funeral of PC Andrew Bramma. Prayers were also said at Harrogate Police station where the 32 year old was based as well as at the force headquarters at Newby Wiske.
– Temporary Chief Constable Tim Madgwick
Andrew was a fine young officer who had a long career ahead of him in North Yorkshire Police having already served in Greater Manchester Police. His colleagues speak of him in very high regard, he was already part of the team in Harrogate and he had all the attributes and skills we need in a young officer. He was conscientious, he was there to protect the public, there to serve the community, we are just so sorry that we have lost a colleague in these circumstances. Andrew's family are clearly devastated by what has happened and our thoughts are with them, particularly today.
PC Bramma leaves behind his wife Kathryn and their two young sons, Jack, aged three and Sam who is 11 months old. North Yorkshire Police Federation has set up a fund to help Jack and Sam as they grow up after receiving many offers of support from around the country.
– Sergeant Mike Stubbs, North Yorkshire Police Federation
It's clear that Andrew was a very highly respected officer, I've spoken to his colleagues at Harrogate and his former colleagues at Greater Manchester Police and he was known as a thoroughly professional individual who would always follow an investigation through right until the end. I think the great tragedy today is that we are remembering him as a police officer but first and foremost he was a very loving husband, a much loved father, a much loved son and a much loved brother. Our thoughts are very much today with the people that are left behind"
The Temporary Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police has led the tributes to a police officer who was killed in a car crash while answering a 999 call. Speaking at PC Andrew Bramma's funeral Tim Madgwick has described the 32 year old as just the sort of recruit they were looking for.
Hundreds of mourners have gathered in Pudsey in West Yorkshire for the funeral of a police officer who died earlier this month when his car crashed into a tree near Ripon while answering a 999 call. PC Andrew Bramma's widow Kathryn was at the service in the town in which he spent his childhood.
Joining family and friends at the town's Parish Church were colleagues from North Yorkshire Police as well as officers from Greater Manchester where the 32 year old had worked for four years before transferring back across the Pennines.
Tributes at the service were led by the officer's father and a colleague from his time with the Greater Manchester force.
The funeral of PC Andrew Bramma, who was killed when his patrol van hit a tree near Ripon, will be held today.
The service, for family, friends and colleagues will be held in Pudsey, near Leeds, with a Guard of Honour leading to the church.
A private service will be held nearby afterwards.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving.
Douglas Robertson, 27, was killed in a collision with a Range Rover as he walked along North Road in Stokesley on Saturday.
A well as causing death by dangerous driving, the local teenager has been charged with driving without a licence and driving without insurance.
Police have named the victim killed in a collision on North Road in Stokesley. Douglas Scott Robertson who was 27-years-old and came from the area died in the accident at the weekend. Two people have been arrested in connection with the crash.
Police have arrested an 18-year-old after a man was killed in a suspected hit and run in Stokesley in North Yorkshire. Officers are still questioning a 15-year-old boy who was arrested at the scene and are appealing for any witnesses to get in touch.