Detectives are appealing for the whereabouts of a woman who has not been seen since yesterday.
Chloe Williams, 22, of Chingford, has not been seen since 3.30pm on that day when she said she was going to a friend's house.
Chloe is black, with long dark hair with two French plaits down past shoulder. She is 5ft 7ins of slim build and last seen wearing grey Nike Airmax trainers, blue jeans, grey/blue leather jacket with a hood.
Information to Chingford police on 0203 276 0940, the police non-emergency line on 101 or Missing People on 116 000.
Actor Adam Deacon has been charged with harassment. The 31-year-old from east London, who won a Bafta Rising Star award in 2012 for directing urban comedy Anuvahood, was charged yesterday.
He is well known for appearing in Adulthood, and the sequel Kidulthood.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "Adam Deacon, 31, of Hollybush Gardens, E2, has been charged with one count of harassment on December 20. He has been bailed to appear at Hammersmith Magistrates' Court on a date to be fixed."
Deacon, who is also a rapper, plays firearms officer Robbie in Channel 4 police drama Babylon.
Yachts and powerboats worth millions of pounds have been painstakingly lifted into place ahead of next month's CWM FX London Boat Show at the ExCel.
The 61st annual London Boat show, will run from January 9 - 11.
There will be almost 400 boats on display, including these yachts which were precariously lifted out of the Thames earlier this week by a team of engineers.
A full range of vessels will be on display from £300 boats right up to £4.7million luxury yachts, ranging from a tiny 8ft Ribeye TL240 up to the colossal Sunseeker yacht which measures 92ft.
Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of a 24-year-old woman from Dagenham.
Adenike-Omolara Akinpetide was last seen yesterday morning at her home address on Reede Road, Dagenham. She said she was going to a hairdressers in The Heathway, but didn't turn up.
Police described Adenike-Omolara as of slim build and approximately 5ft 11 inches tall. She was last seen wearing a black padded coat with blue hem, a black blouse and dark grey close fitting trousers.
Anyone who has seen Adenike-Omolara, or knows of her whereabouts, is asked to call Barking and Dagenham police on 101 and quote reference 14MIS045781.
A group of former police officers are to submit a dossier of statements to Scotland Yard which they say is evidence of a cover-up for so-called "VIP" paedophiles.
The ex-officers have agreed to draw up statements on their claims that police operations against paedophiles were closed down, just as they started to uncover child sex abuse by prominent people.
According to the investigative website, Exaro, they plan to deliver them to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.They will also deliver their dossier to the overarching inquiry into child sex abuse, which has begun work, despite having no chairperson.
Two ex-Met officers have already come forward to the force on the current wide-ranging investigation into child sex abuse by a network of MPs and VIPs.