13-year-old Alisha Buchanan went missing from her temporary home in Wolverhampton.
The family of a 59-year-old woman from Nottingham who went missing exactly two months ago have renewed their appeal for help finding her.
Stubborn Stan the eagle from Warwick Castle who flew away during a show on Thursday lunchtime is flying around Leamington Spa.
Police searching for a missing woman from Newark have found a body in the lake at Stubton. Lincolnshire Police officers were called to the scene just after 10am this morning after a member of the public reported the sighting.
It is believed the body is that of missing Patricia Lawrence. Patricia’s family have been made aware. Police do not believe the death to be suspicious.
A police helicopter fitted with specialist heat-seeking equipment is being used as part of the search to find a missing Newark woman. Patricia Lawrence has not been seen since Thursday.
Today search teams have been out looking for the 65-year-old. Officers are asking people living near to her home in Stubton to check their outbuildings, sheds and garages in case Patricia has taken refuge there.
Derbyshire Police are appealing for help to find an Alfreton teenager who has been missing for over two months.
19-year-old Joseph Taylor was last seen at home on April 27th earlier this year and his family are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Joseph has links with Ripley, but is thought to have travelled to either Ollerton or Mansfield.
He is described as 6ft 6in tall, stocky, with blonde hair and youthful looks.
Detectives continue to question man and woman on suspicion of the murder of 80-yr-old Cynthia Beamond from Halesowen.http://t.co/xlcYjIiJi9
Detectives are continuing to question a man and a woman in connection with the murder of an 80-year-old woman from Halesowen.
Cynthia Beamond was found at her home on Friday. A post-mortem examination revealed she died as a result of head injuries suffered during a violent attack.
A 32-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman are still being questioned by detectives, who have until Thursday (3 July) to charge or release the pair.
Police have recovered the car of a pensioner who was found murdered at her home in Halesowen on Sunday.
A post-mortem examination revealed 80-year-old Cynthia Beamond died as a result of head injuries suffered during a violent attack.
Her T registration Vauxhall Astra went missing from her home, but was found in Druids Heath in Birmingham just before 3pm yesterday following a report from a member of the public.
The car has now been recovered and is currently being thoroughly examined. The police are still asking for help to establish the car’s movements since Friday lunchtime until yesterday afternoon.
A 32-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman are being questioned by detectives, who have until Thursday (3 July) to charge or release the pair.
Detectives investigating the death of Cynthia Beamond in #Halesowen have been granted extra time to question man and woman over her murder.
Police now have until Wed morning to continue questioning man, 32, and woman, 23, in connection with Cynthia's death. http://t.co/u26kh4z8eo
Police continue to appeal for help to find the car that belongs to an 80-year-old woman who was found dead in her home in Halesowen.
Cynthia Beamond's body was found yesterday.
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Police have said somebody has taken time, and gone to some lengths to hide the body of a pensioner who was found dead at her home in Halesowen yesterday.
80-year-old Cynthia Beamond was last seen on Friday.
Detective Superintendent Mark Payne said the police were exploring why someone might have taken care to hide the body.
Police are still searching for the car of a pensioner after she was found dead at an address in Halesowen yesterday evening.
Cynthis Beamond was last seen on Friday 27 June, and the body of the 80-year-old was found at her Howley Grange address on Sunday.
Two people have been arrested, but police are still trying to trace the victim's car, and a number of other items missing from her house including a television and a laptop.
The car is a silver Vauxhall Astra, with the registration T419 MDA.
A post mortem examination is underway to determine what caused Mrs Beamond's death.
– Detective Superintendent Mark Payne
Cynthia was a very independent lady, who lived on her own. We continue to support Cynthia’s family at this time and they have been kept fully updated of these developments.
Detectives are continuing to investigate the death of pensioner Cynthia Beamond whose body was discovered at her house in Halesowen.
Police searches of the address were sparked after the 80-year-old was reported missing.
Two people were arrested yesterday on suspicion of her murder.
The 32-year-old man and 23-year-old woman are still being held.