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Sheffield woman Ursula goes missing

A search is underway for a 43-year-old woman who has not been seen since she was spotted in Sheffield on Friday morning.

Have you seen Ursula? Credit: South Yorkshire Police

Ursula Myrie was last seen by neighbours leaving her home in Moscrop Close yesterday morning and has not been seen or heard from since.

Police believe she was in Sheffield city centre at around 7.40pm Friday evening.

It is extremely out of character for Ursula not to return home and both police and her family are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Ursula is black, around 5ft 8ins tall, of medium build, with black hair.

She was last seen wearing a green jumper, a grey skirt, and was carrying a large, stripy bag.

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Police appeal after Rotherham burglary

Police investigating a burglary in Rotherham in December last year have released CCTV images of two men they believe can help with enquiries.

Credit: West Yorkshire Police

On Tuesday 8 December 2015, some people are reported to have forced entry to a property in West Bawtry Road, Broom.

Police say the house was ransacked and a large quantity of sentimental jewellery taken, causing a significant amount of distress for the victims.

It is understood that the suspects left the scene in a dark-coloured Audi saloon.

Credit: West Yorkshire Police

Officers believe the men pictured could hold vital information and would urge anyone that recognises them to get in touch.

They are also keen to hear from anyone who may have seen the Audi in the Broom area.

Book of condolence opened for Sheffield MP Harry Harpham

A book of condolences has been opened at Sheffield Town Hall for former MP Harry Harpham who lost his battle with cancer yesterday.

Harry Harpham Credit: Press Association

The book of condolence will be in the Town Hall Reception from lunch time today and will be open during normal working hours until the day after the funeral.

It’s difficult to express in words how sad this news is. I feel privileged to have known and worked alongside Harry, he was not only a loyal colleague but a valued friend, who dedicated his life to fighting for what he believed in. My thoughts are with Gill and all of their family.

– Councillor Julie Dore, Leader of Sheffield City Council
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