Officers from Kent Police are appealing for information to help locate a 57-year-old man who has been reported missing from Snodland.
Ricky Francomb was reported missing at 10.26pm on Saturday 8 July and officers are conducting ongoing enquiries to find him.
He was last seen two days earlier and it is believed he may be using public transport to travel, possibly to Edinburgh. He is also known to visit Cornwall.
He is described as being around 5ft 10ins tall with a slim build and greying hair.
A driver was lucky not to have been injured after an object was thrown at his gritting lorry from a bridge in Snodland.
The windscreen of the vehicle was severely damaged in the incident, which happened at about 6.40pm on Saturday 21 January as it was being driven along the A228 Snodland bypass beneath Rocfort Road.
Officers attended and carried out a patrol of the local area but were unable to find anyone responsible.
Kent Police are appealing for witnesses.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service is currently at the scene of a fire in a paper making machine at a paper mill in Mill Street, Snodland. The service reports that firefighters are making good progress and have contained the fire to the machine.
A prolific thief who stole from cars and garages has been jailed for two years after he was caught hiding behind a wheelie bin.
Jason Higgins, 43, formerly of Ingram Close, Larkfield was caught after police found him hiding behind a bin following a burglary in Veles Road, Snodland, last year.
When officers searched his vehicle, they found more than 50 stolen items which linked him to other crimes, including an attempted burglary and a spate of thefts from motor vehicles.
Higgins denied the charges but was convicted at Maidstone Crown Court.
He was sentenced to a total of 24 months.
Detective Constable Raj Dusanjh said: "He has shown absolutely no remorse and has refused to take any responsibility for his crimes, but will now have time to reflect on his actions."
Surrey-based McLaren take a super car into a school in Kent to encourage more students into engineering. Tom Savvides talks to students Stephen Omotayo and Chloe Body, engineering teacher Robin Smout and Andy Palmer from McLaren.
*A bright yellow McLaren Spider arrived at Holmesdale Technology College in Snodland to encourage more young people to consider a career in engineering. *
The idea was for engineering students to learn about the job prospects with McLaren and provide them with some work experience.**
Motorcyclist Jason Randall sustained fatal injuries in a crash in Snodland on Saturday.
Jason's wife said: "Jason was a much loved husband and father of three and will be sorely missed by all of his family and friends."
A burglar from Kent's been jailed after his DNA was found on a cigarette. Michael Barnes, from Snodland, was sent down for 3½ years. The home-owners were not smokers at the last house he burgled, so when the butt was found there, Kent police had key evidence.