Harry Baines vanished in 1989. Police believe he was murdered, and even dug-up a cellar to look for his remains. But no trace was found.
The body of a woman has been found on the beach at Cleveleys near Fleetwood in Lancashire.
A HOUSE in Fleetwood has been shut down by police after neighbours were plagued by loud parties and late night visitors.
Two earthquakes have been recorded in the Irish Sea causing tremors on land nearby.
The British Geological Survey, which collected data on the shakes, said the strongest had a magnitude of 3.3 at a depth of 5km.
It was recorded just before 10am today.
An earlier quake at around 5.30am measured 2.4 on the Richter scale.
Its epicentre was about 25km west of Fleetwood in Lancashire at a depth of 3km.
A slightly larger earthquake was recorded in the Irish Sea back in May, which was felt in parts of Ireland and north Wales.
Police are appealing for information after a man’s body was recovered from the Wyre Estuary at Fleetwood on Saturday 2nd February.
Police officers have been unable to identify the man and are appealing to anyone who thinks they may be able to help to come forward.
– Detective Inspector Gareth Willis
“Sadly, we have not yet been able to identify this gentleman and we are very keen to try and trace his family so we are appealing to anyone who may have any information that might be able to help to contact us.
“We are not treating the death as suspicious and we have not had any people reported missing to us that match this man’s description within Lancashire so any information the public may have would be appreciated.”
He is of slim to medium build and has receding wavy, grey hair. He has two distinctive brown coloured moles, one in the centre of his chest and the other on his side in the area of the right rib cage. He doesn’t have any tattoos or scars. He has slightly protruding teeth.
It is thought that the man is believed to be between 55 and 70 years of age, had been in the water for less than 24 hours.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Lancashire Police on 101 quoting log number LC-20130202-0947.
Fleetwood Town are getting their first taste of football league action as they host Nottingham Forest at Highbury Stadium in te Capital one Cup. It's goaless at the end of the first half.
A police investigation has been launched after a woman died after falling into the sea. The incident happened as the pensioner was walking with her husband on the seafront at Knott End at around 3.50pm on Thursday.
The man was a little in front of his partner and when he looked back to check if she was ok, the 75-year-old haddisappeared. Hefrantically rushed to the sea wall and saw her in the water below. The inshore lifeboat was launched but were unable to revive the woman.
The North West's beaches, including Fleetwood, are some of the dirtiest in the UK according to the Marine Conservation Society.