The officer leading the search for a farmer's wife who has been missing from her home in North Yorkshire since Friday, says concerns are growing because she has a number of medical complaints.
Evelyn Bumby, who is 57, has not been seen since she left her home in Hutton Le Hole, near Pickering on Friday. Police and RAF helicopters have joined the search, which involves around 40 police and mountain rescue personnel scouring the land close to the family home.
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