Bosses at Harrow Council took the unusual step of asking football fans to be on the lookout.
ITV News London's Chris Paxton is taking part in the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race. The race fleet have just visited Hong Kong.
Sunny spells between the showers. Highs of 10C.
Transport for London bosses will meet today to discuss mapping for a new 'Ultra Low Emissions Zone' that they hope will reduce the capitals extremely high air pollution levels. The scheme, due to come into effect by 2020, will see diesel vehicles charged if they drive into the zone.
A man will appear in court today charged with the murder of 16 year old Claire Tiltman in 1993. Colin Ash-Smith is accussed of stabbing the schoolgirl in an alleyway near her home in Kent. She was killed days before her birthday.
A man charged with murdering PC Keith Blakelock during the Tottenham riots more than two decades ago will appear in court today. 45 year old Nicholas Jacobs has been accused of killing the 40 year old officer as he tried to protect firefighters at the height of the unrest in 1985.
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the Russian Embassy in west London to voice their anger at the current events in the Crimea region of Ukraine.
Several hundred protesting outside Russian embassy in London. Syrian revolution flags mixed in with Ukrainian ones. http://t.co/sMM3mHDnZe
Protesters outside the Russian Embassy (Kensington Palace Gardens) this afternoon. http://t.co/Hj2IzP4QL8
Protesting outside of the Russian embassy http://t.co/HBe4Uce70C
Fire broke out in an exclusive Chelsea restaurant today as staff were getting ready to open for lunch. The blaze began in an air vent at Daphne's in Draycott Avenue.
The restaurant is run by Richard Caring, who also owns The Ivy along with a string of private members clubs. Fire crews say the blaze is now under control, but there is considerable smoke damage to the kitchen and restaurant.
No one was injured and the cause of the fire is now under investigation. Draycott Avenue is still sealed off.
Alice Herz-Sommer had been confined in the camp in Terezin, or Theresienstadt, in Germany during the Second World War. She was a talented musician and an adept pianist and was recently the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary about her life.
In an interview with the Guardian in 2006 she said:
"For 30 years I have eaten the same, fish or chicken. Good soup, and this is all. I don't drink, not tea, not coffee, not alcohol. Hot water. I walk a lot with terrible pains, but after 20 minutes it is much better. Sitting or lying is not good..."
"I am looking for the nice things in life. I know about the bad things, but I look only for the good things."
No charges are being brought against a man arrested in connection with the killing of a Surrey engineer and his family, French prosecutors have said.
French prosecutor Eric Maillaud said he was released from police custody after investigators found "no direct link" between him and the events of September 5.
The searches and interviews of the last three days have not enabled us to establish a direct link between the events of 5 September 2012 and this man, a war weapons enthusiast, who looked very like the e-fit released on 4 November 2013 and who was near to the place where the incident took place when it happened.
The weapon used in the crime has not been found, neither has the helmet which featured in the e-fit, nor the motorbike described by several witnesses which investigators were looking for.