A 16-year-old girl - who sometimes refers to herself as 'Matthew' - has gone missing in South London. Aphrael Heightley was last seen on Tuesday morning leaving her home in Plumstead.
Aphrael has short black hair and has two piercings on her lips. She may also be wearing her black thick rimmed glasses. Police say she is known to travel across the country and has she has previously been to Derbyshire, Kent and Leicestershire as well as a number of locations across London.
Any information to the Missing Person Unit at Greenwich on 101.
A woman has been stabbed in the leg by a man who grabbed her from behind and tried to cut her throat in south east London. The victim, who is now recovering in hospital had just left the Co-op supermarket in Plumstead Common Road.
Police are appealing for information to find a 65-year-old man who is missing from his home in Corelli Road, SE3.
Kevin Strickett left home at around 11:30am on Friday, August 9 and has not been seen since. Mr Strickett left his wallet at home and has no cash. Anyone with information is urged to call police at Plumstead on 020 8284 9430.
Two women have died in a fire at a house in Plumstead. Five other people needed treatment in hospital after the fire, which broke out just before one o'clock this morning. The cause is being investigated by police and fire officers.
Detectives are continuing their investigating into a murder in Plumstead. Police were called in the early hours of Tuesday 29 January to reports of a man assaulted. Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found a man suffering stab injuries. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
He was Rolandos Jakubonskis, who was 36 and originally from Lithuania.A post-mortem examination will be held on Wednesday. Anyone with information that may assist is asked to contact the incident room on 020 8721 4805. Police are questioning a 44-year-old man on suspicion of murder.
The Crossrail archaeology programme has also unearthed its first Bronze Age finds - although these won't form part of the exhibition.
Two wooden stakes, cut by early London hunters with an axe, and a hammer stone have been discovered at excavations at Plumstead.
Historians believe these may have been used to build a large network of timber pathways across east London, which may have made it easier for hunters to catch animals living in the lush wetlands some 3,500 years ago.