A body has been found by police searching for a missing teenager from Wimborne in Dorset. Amy Latham, 18, was last seen at her home in Walford Gardens on Monday afternoon. Police say a body has been found in woods near her home, which is believed to be Amy.
Her next of kin and the coroner have been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious.
Police are gravely concerned for the welfare of missing teenage girl Amy Latham.
The 18-year-old was last seen at 7:30am yesterday morning at her home along Watford Gardens in Wimborne.
Chief Inspector Debbie Marsden of Dorset Police said, "I understand that Amy has been very upset recently and her family is concerned that she may come to some harm.
“She took her mobile and last made contact with a friend at 2.30pm but since then we have been unable to contact her. She did not take any money or clothes and she does not have access to a car.
"It is important that Amy, or anyone who knows of Amy's whereabouts, comes forward as soon as possible."
Amy has been described as six feet tall and of slim build. She has dark shoulder length hair which she normally wears down. It is believed that she may be wearing black skinny jeans and a dark coloured hoody.
Anyone with information should call Dorset Police on 101 quoting incident number 30:363.
91-year-old Dorothy Large who went missing from her home in Poole has been found safe and well.
Police are searching for missing Patricia Davies, who has not been seen for more than 48 hours.
The 74-year-old, who was last seen wearing a grey coat, black trousers and shoes with a large A4 style handbag, has links to Dorset.
She was last seen at her home in Milton Keynes at 10am on Friday 30th May.
Investigating officer from Thames Valley Police Det Insp David Dachtler said, "We are becoming increasingly concerned for Patricia's welfare as she has been missing for more than 48 hours.
"Patricia's family are extremely concerned for her welfare and desperately want her to come home."
Anyone with information on Patricia's whereabouts should contact Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing man who hasn't been seen for over a month.
Lee Ralph, who is also known as Alan Donald, has been missing from Walthamstow since March 13th.
It is out of character for Mr Ralph to go missing and not make contact with family or friends.
Lee is around 5' 8" tall with short hair, brown eyes and talks with a London accent.
He has links to the Kent area.
Anyone who has seen Lee or knows where he could be should contact Waltham Forest Police on 02032 760968.
An appeal has been launched to find a missing schoolgirl from Aylesbury.
14-year-old Kirsty Winfield was last seen in the Weedon Hill district at around 6.30pm on Monday 14th April.
She was meant to return home at 8pm but was not seen again.
Kirsty was last seen wearing a white vest top, checked shirt, black leggings and plimsoll shoes.
The teen is described as 5ft 3ins, of large build with dark long red/ brown hair with a nose ring.
Police urge anyone with information to contact 101.
Ashleigh Lewendon, aged 16, was last seen on Friday last week at a property in Radstock Road, at around 9.55pm. Ashleigh is white, 5ft 1ins, with long red hair, of slim build, with blue eyes and has a piercing in the centre of her bottom lip. Ashleigh has links to the Reading area.
If you have seen Ashleigh or have any information about her whereabouts please call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting URN 1674 21/3.
Police are appealing for the public's help in their search for a young man who went missing in Kent.
25-year-old Kieron Knowlden went missing on Saturday 1st March and was last seen in the early hours of the same day.
He has not been seen since he left a bar in Tonbridge and it is thought he was on his way to see his father but he never arrived.
Kieron was wearing a black coat, blue t-shirt and blue jeans when he went missing.
Police are concerned about his whereabouts and anyone with information should contact 101.
Police are appealing for the public's help in trying to find Aaron Fiveash, who has been missing from his Bournemouth home since Monday.
The 36-year-old was believed to have left his parents' home in Sunnylands Avenue at around 5:30am on 6th January.
The National Police Air Service helicopter is continuing to search coastal and river areas.
Aaron's father, Dennis Fiveash said, "Please help us find our son. He left our house in the early hours of Monday morning in a confused state.
"He needs your help. We need your help to find him."
Anyone with information or knowledge as to Aaron's whereabouts should call Dorset Police on 101, quoting incident number 6:61.
Hampshire Police searching for missing man Eddie Jeske have found a body.
Officers found the body at Butts Ash Wood at around midday today.
The death is not being treated as suspicious. A file is being prepared for the coroner.