Police have found the body of missing 20-year-old Matthew Jordan in Lake Windermere.
Police will hand out more than 9,000 letters to residents in Rusholme as they look for missing mother-of-six Kimberley Brown.
Police have released further CCTV footage as part of their appeal to trace a missing teenager.
Merseyside Police is appealing for the public's help in tracing a missing man from Wirral. Trevor Haskayne, 75, was last seen by family at his home on School Lane, Meols on Saturday, 21 June. Trevor’s family say disappearance is out of character and he has never been reported as missing before.
Trevor is described as white, 5ft 7in tall, of a slim build with grey hair and a tanned complexion. He is believed to be in possession of a navy blue case with brown handles and a wristwatch with a snakeskin strap
Police say they believe a body found in Wigan is that of Kerry Bailey, 36, who'd been missing from her home in Worsley since Wednesday.
The family of a missing mum are appealing for help to trace her.
Kerry Bailey, 36, was last seen at her home in Worsley, on Wednesday afternoon.
She is approximately 5ft 3in tall, of slim to medium build with long brown hair.
She is believed to be wearing a pair of black pants and possibly a grey hooded top but may also have a blue carer's uniform with her.
– Detective Inspector Andy Naismith, Greater Manchester Police
Nadia’s family are understandably concerned they have not heard from her since May 7 and are urging she contacts them or police to let us know she is okay.
This is completely out of character which adds to our concerns.
I want to stress that she is not in any trouble at all and we want her to come back home to her loved ones.
Police in Manchester say they are growing increasingly concerned of the whereabouts of a missing 28-year-old woman from Cheetham Hill.
Nadia Javaid was last seen at her home on Esmond Road on Wednesday 7 May 2014 at around 10.15am.
She is described as being of slim build, 5ft 4in tall, has long black hair and brown eyes.
She is believed to be last seen wearing a yellow and grey striped t- shirt and a black linen sari.
Anyone who may have seen her are asked to phone police on 0161 856 3913 or 3923 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of a teenager who has gone missing.
Declan Edwards, 16, was last seen by a friend in Towneley Park in Burnley at about 2pm on Sunday.
Declan is described as white, 6-ft 1-ins tall, slim build, with straight short blond hair.
He was last seen wearing a grey Nike sweat shirt and grey Nike jogging bottoms and white and pink Nike trainers.
He may also be in possession of a black coloured, lightweight jacket with yellow coloured Lyle and Scott motif on the front.
Sgt Leah Rice, of Lancashire Police, said: “Declan has not been seen for a couple of days and this is out of character for him, we are growing increasingly concerned about him and I would appeal for anyone who sees him or knows where he might be to get in touch.
"I would also appeal to Declan himself to contact us if he sees this appeal just to let us know he is safe.”
Anyone with information should contact Lancashire Police.
Police are appealing for information about a 15-year-old girl who has gone missing from her home in Blackburn.
Sherana Hussain was last seen around 7.30am on Tuesday, April 29, at her home address on Adelaide Terrace.
She failed to attend school and hasn’t been in touch with family or friends since.
Sherana is described as Asian, 5ft tall with very long dark black hair.
She was last seen wearing a black cardigan, a purple tunic and black trousers.
Inspector Phil Hutchinson said: “If anybody has any information about Sherana’s current or recent whereabouts then I would urge them to get in touch.
“I’d like to appeal directly to Sherana to get in touch with us as soon as possible as her family are also getting increasingly worried.”
Anybody with information should call Lancashire Police on 101.
Concern growing for Withington man who has been missing since yesterday morning. Errol Zajac-Jones, 23, was last seen after being discharged from Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, between 5am and 6am on Sunday 20th of April.
When last seen he was wearing dark coloured clothing. Police and family are concerned that he may self-harm and are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
The family of Matthew Jordan have issued a statement thanking people for their support.
“We would like to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone for all of your support and kind words and actions in trying to help us to find Matthew.
“For those of you that knew him, it represents what a fantastic, friendly and humorous person he was.
For those of you who didn’t know him, yet still put a lot of your time and effort into searching for him, it shows that people in your community do care, are selfless, and have a wonderful team spirit.
You have been truly fantastic and we feel part of the community now.
“Thank you to all who have searched both professionally and personally, with special thanks to Mountain Rescue, lake search teams, Dan and the volunteer group.
“Everyone has been a great tower of strength to us over the past few difficult weeks.
You all took Matthew to your hearts and made it your mission to find him.
Without all of your help we would have been lost.
“We found you Matthew, we love you dearly and are taking you home to be at peace.”