Northumbria Police have released childhood pictures of John Roberts, murdered a year ago, in an attempt to catch his killer.
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Police say they are looking for a woman in connection with the murder of a Newcastle United badge seller, who was killed a year ago today (December 16).
John Roberts was found dead with serious head injuries in his home in Gateshead.
He was a well-known face outside St James Park, where he sold badges to fans.
Forensic teams found the DNA of a man and a woman in his house, but police still do not know who they are, as Dan Ashby reports.
Police want to speak to a woman in connection with the murder of a Newcastle United badge seller, who was killed a year ago today.
John Roberts was found dead in his home in Gateshead.
Detective Superintendent Roger Ford says the answers to his murder lie close to home.
A man who was reported missing from his home in Gateshead has been found safe and well.
Kevin Wimsett, 43, from the Fern Dene Road area, had gone missing on Saturday evening but was found on Sunday. Northumbria Police is thanking the public for their help in finding Mr Wimsett.
Northumbria Police is appealing for the public's help with an unsolved murder one year on.
John Roberts, who was 32, was found dead inside his home in Park Terrace, Winlaton exactly a year ago.
Detectives are continuing to appeal for the public to come forward and help them catch his killer.
A man is in a critical condition after being found unconscious in a street in Gateshead.
He was discovered on Stuart Terrace in Felling at 11pm on Saturday, 14 December.
He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with head injuries and then to the RV where he remains in intensive care.
Police are appealing for help in locating a missing Gateshead man.
Kevin Wimsett, 43, has not been seen since he left his home in the Fern Dene Road area at 7.30pm on Saturday, 14 December.
He is 5ft 9ins tall, of slim build with short dark hair.
He was last seen wearing a large navy blue duffel coat.
An inquest has found that an aspiring filmmaker died of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome while making a documentary about homelessness.
The body of 26-year-old Lee Halpin was found in a derelict warehouse in Newcastle. He was three days into a project filming him living on the streets.
Lee dreamed of becoming an investigative journalist and wanted to enter the film in a competition. Jonny Blair reports.
A coroner has ruled that Lee Halpin, a 26-year-old filmmaker from Newcastle, suffered from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.At the time of his death, last April, he was making a film about homelessness in Newcastle. He was sleeping rough as part of his research.
So-called 'sudden death' can occur in infants and in adults. In adults, it is normally caused by heart failure.
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A coroner has ruled that a 26-year-old filmmaker, who was found dead while making a documentary about homelessness, died as a result of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
Lee Halpin, from Newcastle, was sleeping rough during filming. Jonny Blair followed the inquest.