Police say they're "very concerned" about a 15 year old girl whose gone missing from Preston.
Brittany Williams was last seen around 2.30pm at Preston Train Station.
She was wearing a black vest top, black parka jacket and light blue jeans at the time of her disappearance, as well as carrying a large black handbag.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
Police are searching for a man who's gone missing from his home in Preston.
25 year old Liam Murray was last seen at home in Brockholes Brow at 7am on Thursday 5 April.
Officers say they are becoming "increasingly concerned" for his welfare.
Liam is currently learning sign language due to hearing loss but may struggle to communicate.
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He was last seen wearing grey joggers, a white T-shirt and dark coloured suit jacket.
If you have seen him, please call 101.
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Police are concerned about a teenager who has not been seen in over 24 hours.
Michael Brookes, who's from Preston, was last seen at around 2am yesterday morning (Sunday, January 14).
The 19 year old was with a friend on Avenham Park, but left the park alone and has not been seen since.
- around 5ft 7ins
- slim build
- short dark hair
- speaks with a Liverpool accent
- last seen wearing black skinny jeans and a black hooded top with a camouflage pattern at the bottom
If you have seen him or know where he is, please call Lancashire Police on 101.
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Her mum, Jenna Heary, wants doctors to trial a cannabis oil treatment on her daughter, Olivia, who has a severe form of epilepsy which left her unable to walk.
The family from Preston are determined to give Olivia a better quality of life
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