A 75-year-old man has gone missing from his home in Reading.
Clive House was reported missing from the Lower Earley area at 10pm last night. He is white with grey hair, of a sim build, and about 5ft 5in. Police say he is believed to have been wearing brown shoes, black trousers and a blue, white and green striped shirt.
Police say that Mr House enjoys walking and is known to visit parks in the Lower Earley and Reading areas.
If you see him or have any information that could lead to him being found, please contact the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101.
A search is underway for a missing 15-year-old boy from Otford.
Byron Sutton, aged 15, who also also users the surname 'Terry', is believed to have been seen at the Bat and Ball railway station at 3.30pm on Wednesday 27th April.
Police say Byron is 5ft10ins, has a slim build and short brown hair.
He was last seen wearing grey jogging bottoms, a grey parker jacket with a large rip under the arm and black Nike Huarache trainers. It is believed that he may be in the Sevenoaks or Swanley areas.
Kent Police are asking anyone with information to telephone 101 quoting 26-1297.
A new Sussex-wide service to support missing children and their families has been launched.
It's a partnership between East and West Sussex councils along with Brighton and Hove. The charity "Missing People" will provide the service, offering vital support to young people and their parents, when the child returns home.
They say the service will run seven days a week so no child will have to wait more than a day after referral to speak to someone.
The family of a woman from Bournemouth who has gone missing are appealing for the public to help trace her.
Linda Trim, aged 67, was reported missing on Saturday 27th February after she failed to return to the Thornhill Hotel, at Meyrick Park Crescent in the town. She had been staying at the hotel for seven weeks, and some of her personal belongings were left behind at the hotel.
Dorset Police say Linda was last seen at a letting agency on Hinton Road on the morning of Saturday 5th March. She was wearing a skirt, a top and a thin rain coat. She has been described as:
- Approx 5ft
- of a slim build
- with medium length brown hair
Linda Trim, 67, was reported missing on Saturday 27 February 2016 after she failed to return to the Thornhill Hotel, Meyrick Park Crescent, where she had been staying for the past seven weeks. She left some of her personal belongings behind.
She was last seen at a letting agent on Hinton Road on the morning of Saturday 5 March 2016.
She is described as white, around five feet tall, of slim build and with medium length brown hair. When Linda was last seen, she was wearing a skirt, a top and a thin rain coat.
The family of a 67-year-old man who never returned from a walk this morning are appealing for help to find him.
David Horsford from Samson Road in Poole, told his family he was going for a walk and left home at 7.30am. David, who is 5ft 11in, was wearing a black Berghaus jacket and green Craghopper trousers.
Dorset Police say they are growing increasingly concerned for David's welfare. The National Police Air Service (NPAS) helicopter has been involved in the search as have teams from the marine section.
Kent Police are appealing for help to find two girls who went missing from their home in Sittingbourne overnight.
Nine-year-old Chelsea Abbott and 10-year-old Taylor Redding were reported missing at 12.40pm today. They are believed to have left their house in Grove Avenue in the Kemsley area of Sittingbourne at about 5am while their parents were asleep.
Chelsea, who is sitting down in the photograph, may be wearing black boots with white fur on the top. Taylor, who is standing in the picture, may be wearing pale pink leggings, a grey T-shirt with a gold heart on the front, and a black jacket with pink on the arms and hood.
A search is underway in the local area, and officers are growing increasingly concerned for their welfare.
Anyone with information is urged to call Kent Police on 101 quoting reference 31-0508.
Officers from the Purbeck area of Dorset who have en searching for a missing man from Swanage say they have found a body in the Wool area.
John Wormald, 48, was reported missing from the Battlemead area yesterday morning. Police found the electrician's van in Wareham overnight.
Although there has been no official identification of the body, the Purbeck branch of Dorset Police said Mr Wormald's family have been informed of the discovery. This was the message on the force's Facebook page:
Dorset Police are appealing for the public's help to find a missing electrician who was last seen yesterday morning.
Forty-eight-year-old John Wormald from Argyle Road in Swanage, was last seen at an address in Battlemead at 11.15am Wednesday 2 March 2016. Officers say they are becoming increasing for his welfare.
Officers have since located John's van in the Wareham area, but he still hasn't been found.