Kent Police is appealing for help in trying to find a woman reported missing from Canterbury.
Paulina Manfredini, 73 was last seen at her home in Canterbury between 8.30am and 11.15am yesterday morning and officers are concerned for her welfare.
Inspector Gordon Etheridge said: “We don’t know exactly what she was wearing at the time she was reported missing but she is known to dress in smart shoes or trainers with a flower print on, a short knee length skirt with no tights and a long length beige coat.
“We know that she also has links to the Medway towns, Margate and Sittingbourne.” Anyone with information is urged to contact Kent Police on 101 quoting 05-1265.
Police have made a renewed appeal for help to find a missing teenager from Sussex.
16-year-old Bonnie Rose May Clarke has now been missing for 11 days.
She was last seen at her home in Whitelot Way, Southwick, at about 10.30pm on Monday 26 September. It is believed she is in the Brighton area.
Bonnie is described as white, about 5' 10", of medium build, with shoulder length blonde hair. She wears glasses and speaks with a Welsh accent.
"We are extremely worried about Bonnie Rose because she is only 16 and she is vulnerable. We believe she maybe within the street community in Brighton.
"Her family are desperate to hear from her, and I would urge anyone who has seen her or has any information about her to let us know.
"Bonnie, I want to stress that you are in no trouble with the police whatsoever. We are keen to hear from you so we can help and support you, however we understand that you may not wish to speak to us. If this is the case, you can call, text or email the independent missing persons charity free of charge on 116 000 to let us know you are safe and well.”
Concern is growing for a missing 14-year old girl from Basingstoke. Krysal Browne was last seen in Milkingpen Lane in Old Basing on July 19th.
Krysal Browne is five feet two inches tall with long dark hair.
She is known to have connections to London.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a missing man from Poole.
Karl Collison, who is 29 years old, was last seen at an address on Langdon Road in Poole at around 2.50am this morning.
Karl is white, about five feet ten inches tall and of slim to medium build. He has light brown hair and was last seen wearing a light-coloured jacket and trousers.
“His behaviour is out of character and we are aware he may have been very upset recently.
“I would urge anyone who might know where Karl may be or has seen him since the early hours of this morning to please call Dorset Police urgently.
“If Karl sees this message, please contact us as we want to know you are safe and well.”
The remains of a British hiker have been found in Canada more than two years after he went missing. Tom Billings, who was 22 years old and from Oxford, was travelling in North America when he was last seen in Vancouver in November 2013. He was reported missing a week later after he failed to return to his accommodation.
A large-scale search operation was launched for Mr Billings, who police believed was trekking in the North Shore mountains and got lost or injured, but he was never found. Last month a hiker on Cypress Mountain in West Vancouver spotted the Briton's remains and he has since been identified through DNA.
Vancouver Police say foul play is not suspected and the coroner's service is investigating.
The family of missing Kent man Nigel Knights, 63, are appealing to the public to help in the search to find him.
Mr Knights disappeared at Morrisons in Strood on Monday 9th May 2016.
Despite the efforts of the coastguard, police and the Kent Search and Rescue team, Nigel has not been found and his family are appealing to the public to join the FindNigelKnights facebook page.
Mr Knights, from Rochester, who lived in Cuxton for over 30 years, is a grandfather of five with two sons and four stepdaughters.
He worked as a teaching assistant in Holmesdale School, Snodland before retiring.
Nigel has been missing since Monday and we know in our heart of hearts he is out there somewhere. We just need to find him. He is an amazing Dad, husband and granddad and we need him to come home. He hasn’t been feeling mentally very stable in the last few months and because of this we’re more concerned than ever. He was suffering from anxiety, panic attacks and just hasn’t been himself. When he left the supermarket, shopping with Mum, he left with no coat, wallet, phone, food or anything.
A search is underway for a missing 16-year-old girl from Kent.
Alex Willoughby was last seen in Tothill Street in Ramsgate. Police say she also has links with Folkestone.
Police are asking for the public's help to find a missing man from Bournemouth.
Andrew Edwards who's 52 was last seen at an address in King John Avenue on Saturday morning.
It's believed he was upset when he left and took his car - a black Peugeot 206.
"Andrew was reported missing this morning and we now believe he was upset when he left and we are becoming increasingly concerned for him.
"If anyone knows where Andrew may be, has seen his car or has heard from him please get in touch.
"Finally, if Andrew sees this appeal I would urge him to please contact us - your family are very worried about you."
The missing Goodman family from Swindon were found safe and well in Shrivenham last night.
Robert and Suphan Goodman and their son James were located by Wiltshire Police at around 10pm yesterday.
A Wiltshire Police spokesman said: "We would like to thank the public and the media in their assistance in helping us find the Goodmans, who are now safe and well."
The body of junior doctor and former Southampton University student, Rose Polge, has been found in the sea off the Dorset coast.
The 25-year-old, who lived in Torbay, went missing during her hospital shift two months ago.
A police spokesman said: "On Friday the 1st April, a female body was recovered from the sea east of Portland Headland, Dorset.
"Police are currently working on the belief that the body is that of 25-year old missing person Rose Polge, from Torquay.
"Devon and Cornwall Police are working with Dorset Police and the Coroner’s Office on this matter, and await the results of the formal identification."