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Specialist teams have resumed a search of remote moorland in Yorkshire as they continue to try to locate the body of a missing woman from County Durham.
Pamela Jackson's former partner, Adrian Muir, has been charged with her murder, but the grandmother still has not been found.
Watch the lunchtime report from Adam Fowler below.
Police investigating the disappearance of Pamela Jackson from County Durham are appealing to anyone who may have seen a Silver KIA car. They have released photographs of the vehicle.
Officers are trying to track the movements of the car between 1st and 8th March as they believe it is linked with a suspect arrested on suspicion of Pamela Jackson's murder.
Pamela Jackson was reported missing by her son on March 7th. She hasn't been seen since March 2nd.
Since then her bank and social media accounts have been untouched. Police are growing increasingly worried that she has come to significant harm.
Anyone with information should call Durham Police on 101.
Police searching for missing Pamela Jackson have had to call off the search of the river because of the bad weather.
Pamela Jackson has now been missing for two weeks.
Searches of the River Wear in Chester-le-Street were carried out over the weekend with help from the fell rescue team.
Officers are continuing ground searches for the missing County Durham woman across the Chester-le-Street area today.
Durham Police have released a new image of Pamela Jackson, who has been missing from Chester-le-Street for nearly two weeks.
Officers have extended their search for her to the River Wear, where small boats will be covering the area from Durham County Cricket Club to Fatfield. Police have also been combing gardens and a nearby nature reserve.
The search for a grandmother from County Durham whose boyfriend has been charged with her murder will switch to a river and its banks, police have said.
55-year-old Pamela Jackson was reported missing from her home in Chester-le-Street a week ago and has not been seen since 2 March.
Her partner, 50-year-old Adrian Muir from Halifax, has appeared in court charged with her murder.
A major operation to find her has been mounted, with police and search specialists scouring Chester-le-Street town centre, railway embankments and woodland.
Durham Police said officers will take to the River Wear to join the search, concentrating on the stretch of water from Durham County Cricket Club to Fatfield in Washington.
Anyone who has any information which could help the police is asked to contact the force on 101 and ask for the incident room.
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a woman who has been missing since the beginning of March.
50-year-old Adrian Muir from Halifax in West Yorkshire is charged with her murder and appeared by videolink at Newcastle Crown Court.
He was not asked to enter a plea to the charge and spoke only to confirm his name.
Chief Inspector Elaine Taylor spoke to ITV News about the continued search for Pamela Jackson.
Specially-trained police officers are continuing to search for a missing woman from County Durham.
Pamela Jackson has not been seen since Saturday 2nd March when her son spoke to her at the home they shared in The Crescent in Chester-le-Street.
Since that time she has made no contact with any friends of family, has not accessed her bank account and there has been no activity on her Facebook profile.
More than fifty officers and other staff are currently involved in the search for the missing grandmother.
Police are now searching the area around Chester-le-Street, including railway lines and the town's viaduct, and have distributed posters with her photograph across the town.
House to house enquiries have been carried out and a forensic team is continuing to examine Pamela's Chester-le-Street home.
A man is due to appear in court charged with the murder of a woman who has been missing since the beginning of March.
Police are continuing to search for Pamela Jackson from Chester-le-Street and have been putting up posters asking for information.
Adrian Muir is expected to appear at Newcastle Crown Court this afternoon charged with her murder.
Police searching for a missing woman in County Durham have charged her partner with her murder.
Pamela Jackson was reported missing from her home in Chester-le-Street by her son after she had not been seen for more than a week.
You can watch the update from tonight's programme from Kenny Toal below.
More than fifty officers are continuing to search for a missing grandmother from County Durham.
55-year-old Pamela Jackson, also known as Cris or Crissie, has not been seen since Saturday 2 March and was reported missing by one of her sons when he became seriously concerned for her welfare.
A man from Halifax, 50-year-old Adrian Muir, has appeared in court charged with her murder.
Anyone with information is being asked to contact Durham Police by calling 101, or by ringing Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.