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14-year-old boy missing in Aylesbury

Max James Credit: Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police are appealing for the public’s help in order to trace a missing boy.

Max James, aged 14, was last seen in Disraeli Square, Aylesbury on Thursday afternoon.

He is black, about 5ft 7ins with short black afro hair and brown eyes. When he was last seen, he was wearing a black tracksuit with a zip up hooded top, a black puffer jacket, a grey or white t-shirt, and black and navy Nike trainers. He was also wearing a black baseball cap with a white logo on the rim.

Investigating officer Det Insp Dominic Williamson, said: “We are concerned about Max and I am appealing for anyone who has any information about him to get in touch.

“Max, if you are reading this, please call us to let us know that you are safe and well. You are not in any trouble, we just want to make sure that you are OK.”

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Ice, snow, road closures - South East weather round-up

Snow, ice, strong winds and high seas. A perfect storm for parts of the South East today. With trees uprooted, lorries overturned, and some roads closed, it was a difficult start to the day for many.

One of Kent's busiest highways, the A249 that links the M2 and M20, has been closed, causing tailbacks and long diversions for many.

We speak to Carol Valentine from Kent County Council.

Selected images and video courtesy: Antony Clifford; @nickmcgowan181; @Sussexroadspol.

Commuters hit with third day of Southern strikes

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Services on Southern Railway will be at a standstill again today due to another strike by drivers in the long-running dispute over driver-only trains.

Members of the ASLEF union are striking for the third time this week, severely affecting the company's 300,000 passengers.

Southern is providing 200 buses and coaches to take passengers to nearby stations which link to other rail operators.

Southern are advising passengers not to travel unless it is essential.

Drivers walked out on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week with further strikes planned for 24th, 25th and 27th January.

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