A Worcester woman has gone missing with her baby.
Maria Dodson Johns, who is 21 and from the Warndon area, was reported missing on Monday. She has not been seen since July 7. Her son was last seen on July 16, when he was seen with another family member.
Maria is believed to be with a man, and may be in the Birmingham area.
Maria is white, 5 ft tall and of a slim build. She has very long straight hair, brown eyes and a Midlands accent. She has piercings in her ears, tongue and belly button.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for Maria and her son's welfare and urge her, or anyone who has seen a woman matching her description to come forward by calling 101.
Slow traffic due to earlier accident on M5 Northbound between J6 A449 / A4440 Warndon Way / A4538 Pershore Lane (Worcester) and J5 A38 (Droitwich / Wychbold), congestion to J7 A44 (Worcester / Evesham).
All lanes have been re-opened.
M5 Southbound blocked, stationary traffic due to multi-vehicle accident between J7 A44 (Worcester / Evesham) and J8 M50.
West Mercia Police are appealing for information after an 18-year-old woman was the victim of a sexual assault on Portland Street in Worcester.
The incident took place in the early hours of this morning at approximately 1am.
The victim had been walking back to her parked car when she was grabbed from behind by an unknown man.
The offender is described as a white man, between the age of 30 and 40 years of age of a slim build, approximately 5ft 8ins tall, with short shaved hair and dark stubble.
He was wearing a long sleeved top with a round neck.
A thorough investigation is underway following this incident, our officers are exploring all avenues of inquiries to ensure that we locate the offender and bring him to justice.
There will be an increase in police patrols in and around the area until further notice and ask anyone who saw anything suspicious at the time of the incident or since then to come forward to police as soon as possible.
The Upton Blues Festival will be taking place this weekend in and around the Pubs and Streets of Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire.
Set in the riverside town of Worcestershire, this weekend is the 13th year of the Upton Blues Festival.
With hundreds of performances during the festival it has grown from what was once a small event in a few pubs, to now a festival that thousands flock to every year.
Over the 3-day event there will be two main stages, an acoustic stage and ten pub venues.
The Upton Blues Festival swamps the riverside Worcestershire town of Upton upon Severn with around 2500 campers (tripling the towns population) and 15,000 visitors. There will be 100 performances across main stages and the town’s pubs, with lots of stalls, interesting food and many, many happy people…”
Worcestershire County Councils, Worcestershire Archives and Archaeological Service are inviting residents to see behind the scenes.Read the full story ›
When Worcestershire farmer Charles Hudson realised he had to diversify his output, he came up with the novel idea of growing confetti.Read the full story ›
Staff at Christopher Whitehead Language College paid tribute to their leaving Year 11s with their own rendition of hit single 'Uptown Funk'.
The video sees teachers performing dance routines throughout the school, including in the school gym and with local police officers.
The University of Worcester has paid tribute to student Joel Richards who was killed in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.Read the full story ›
A 78-year-old grandfather from Wednesday is feared to have died in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Patrick Evans was on holiday with relatives.
His grandson, 19-year-old University of Worcester student Joel Richards, has been named as one of the British victims to have been killed.
Joel's uncle, Sandwell Council worker Adrian Evans, also died.