There is concern for a teenage girls who has gone missing in Leeds.
Emily Matthews, 15, from Pudsey, was last seen in Albion Street in Leeds city centre at about 8.30pm on Saturday.
She is described as white, about 4ft 11ins tall, of medium build, with shoulder-length blonde hair.
Anyone who has can help in tracing her is asked to contact North West Leeds CID at Pudsey Police station on 101.
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The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a man who was struck by a police vehicle in a park.
West Yorkshire Police told the IPCC that Donald Bennett, 83, died after one of its vehicles collided with a man in Pudsey Park near Leeds. Early enquiries suggest an officer was responding to reports of a disturbance at the park and the van was left unattended before it struck Mr Bennett.
The force later referred the incident, which happened on Saturday, 1 June at about 2.15pm, to the IPCC and an IPCC investigator was sent to the scene.
IPCC staff met with members of Mr Bennett’s family at his home in Pudsey to explain the investigation.
Cindy Butts, the IPCC’s Commissioner for West Yorkshire, said: "This is a tragic incident in which an elderly man lost his life. I will ensure our investigation is robust and that it provides the answers Mr Bennett’s family and friends will understandably want.”
The IPCC, which is independent of the police, would like to speak to anyone with information about the collision. To contact the IPCC investigation team telephone 0800 096 9078 or email Pudseypark@ipcc.gsi.gov.uk.
A pensioner who died after being hit by a runaway police van in Leeds over the weekend has been named.
83-year-old Donald Bennett was knocked down by the vehicle after police attended a call to a disturbance in Pudsey Park on Saturday afternoon.
It's understood officers left the van unattended before it rolled into Mr Bennett who was visiting the park with his family. The matter has now been passed onto the Independent Police Complaints commission.
An elderly man who was killed after being knocked down by a runaway police van has been named as Donald Bennett. The 83-year-old retired joiner, was in Pudsey Park, when he was struck by the unattended van. Police were called to reports of a disturbance in the park shortly after 2pm on Saturday.
Two officers left the police van to deal with the incident when it rolled into the pensioner who was walking through the park. Mr Bennett, who was believed to be married, was visiting the park with family. He was treated by ambulance staff at the scene but was pronounced dead shortly after.
The matter has been referred to the Police Complaints Commission.
Police are due to release more details about the death of an elderly man who was hit by a runaway police van in a park in Leeds on Saturday. It's thought the handbrake wasn't on. The police watchdog is investigating.
An elderly man has died after being hit by a runaway police van, as he sat on a wall in a park in Leeds.
The van was left unattended - and it's claimed the handbrake may have been left off.
An investigation has been launched after an elderly man was killed by a rolling police van at Pudsey Park. West Yorkshire Police says the incident has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.