Police in Cumbria are investigating the "unexplained" death of a 50-year-old man.
The man's body was found at a property on the Waterside Estate in Kendal.
A spokesman for Cumbria Constabulary said: "Kendal CID are investigating the death of a 50-year-old male following the discovery of a body inside an address on the Waterside estate in Kendal yesterday evening.
"Uniformed and CID officers were deployed to the address at 7.25pm last night and an ambulance patrol was also in attendance.
"Due to the initial circumstances a police cordon was placed on the address and general vicinity.
"A forensic examination has now been completed and the scene released.
"Kendal CID are today making further inquiries on behalf of Her Majesty's Coroner into the unexplained death.
"The deceased has yet to be formally identified but next of kin have been informed."
Anyone with information should contact Kendal CID on 101.
Police are concerned for the welfare of 20 year old woman who has walked off from a group of people in Kendal.
Jessica Smith was last seen at around 1.45pm outside the TK Maxx store on Strickland Gate, Kendal.
She is described as medium build, having long black hair and wearing leggings and a t-shirt.
She may not talk to strangers but anyone who believes they may have seen her are asked to contact Police immediately.
Cumbria Police have released a statement about their continued efforts to help the family of a man from Kendal who went missing while on holiday in Greece.
"Cumbria Constabulary are providing Family Liaison support to Mr Bainbridge's relatives in the UK.
“The investigations on-going in Anti Paxos are within the jurisdiction of the Authorities in Greece.
“However, Cumbria Constabulary are in contact with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Interpol and will provide any assistance required should a request be received."
The family of a man from Kendal, who went missing while on holiday in Greece, are hoping that an officer from Cumbria Police will go out to assist with the investigations.
Cumbria Police has agreed in principal, as has the local Greek police force, but the decision still has to be approved by the relevant Greek government department.
The family of a man from Kendal, who is missing in Greece, have asked Cumbria police to join the search.
67-year-old Roger Bainbridge has not been seen for six days.
Relatives say he is very fit for his age and that his disappearance is completely out of character.
Cumbria Police have told ITV News that they are happy to help with the investigation if they are asked by the Greek authorities.
Katie Hunter's full report is below.
The family of a man from Cumbria who is missing in Greece are calling for Britain to send police officers to investigate.
67-year-old Roger Bainbridge, from Kendal, was last seen on Thursday when he left his sister's home to go walking on the small island of Antipaxos.
A military helicopter from Athens is now searching but the family says they are losing hope he will be found alive.
Finola Miles has the latest - watch her full report below.
Specialist search teams are continuing to look for a Cumbrian man who has gone missing while on holiday in the Greek islands.
Roger Bainbridge, 67, from Kendal, was visiting his sister Maggie Cooper on the island of Paxos when he went missing.
Cumbrian MP Tim Farron has called for a military helicopter with thermal-imaging capabilities to help with the search for missing Cumbrian holidaymaker Roger Bainbridge:
Missing Cumbrian man Roger Bainbridge boarded a boat from Paxos to the tiny island of Anti Paxos.
The island is the smallest of the Ionian islands, with just two square miles of land and a population of around 60 people.
Anti Paxos lies about one mile south of Paxos, and is mainly made up of vineyards.
There are two main beaches on the island, Voutoumi and Vrika, one small harbour, and no roads.
"We're really grateful to the Greek authorities for their help so far. We are however aware that their resources on the island are fairly limited, so we have paid for a helicopter to help with the search.
"We don't think he would go swimming, as he had all of his valuables with him, and as he was alone, it would be out of character for him to leave them on the beach.
"We're hoping that he's maybe gone for a walk and perhaps fallen over and able to get help."