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Search for missing man moves to North Yorkshire coast

Steven Robert Thomas, 53, was reported missing from his home in Worksop, on Monday 27th August 2012. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Police searching for a missing Nottinghamshire man have turned their search to the North Yorkshire coast.

Steven Robert Thomas, 53, was reported missing from his home in Worksop, on Monday 27th August 2012.

Nottinghamshire Police say there are concerns about Mr Thomas’s welfare and his state of mind following two recent bereavements.

It is believed he may be in the Scarborough area of North Yorkshire, but so far there have been no confirmed sightings of him despite extensive local enquiries.

Mr Thomas is described as 5ft 10ins tall, of large build and with very short, receding hair. He wears glasses, but it is not known what clothing he was wearing at the time of his disappearance.

Anyone with information as to Mr Thomas’s whereabouts is asked to telephone Nottinghamshire Police on 101.

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Police appeal to find missing Aaron Marshall

34-year-old Aaron Marshall, who also uses the name Aaron Kielty Credit: Cleveland Police

Police say 34-year-old Aaron Marshall, who also uses the name Aaron Kielty, was last seen at around 7.30am on Friday 3rd August at his home address at Camsell Court in Middlesbrough. He was reported missing on Saturday 4th August.

Aaron is described as around 5ft 7” tall, of slim build with a fair complexion, dark hair and blue eyes. It is unknown what clothing he was wearing when he went missing. He has the word “Adelade” tattooed on his neck and has two tattoos on one of his arms, one is of a devil and one of a chameleon.

Police are concerned due to the length of time that he has been missing and believe that he could be in either the Cleveland or Manchester areas.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have seen Aaron since Friday 3rd August, or ask anyone with information to call Cleveland Police on 101.

Tributes to Kelvin Bradley

It has been confirmed that a body found in the centre of Newcastle is the missing teenager Kelvin Bradley.

He hadn't been seen since a night out in the city last Saturday.

Police say the eighteen year old had an accident after separating from his friends. Kelvin's family say he will be sadly missed and never forgotten.

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Police confirm body is that of Kelvin Bradley

Police confirm body is that of Kelvin Bradley Credit: Family photograph

Police have confirmed that a body found on Thursday in Newcastle is that of missing teenager Kelvin Bradley.

The 18 year old, from Ferryhill in County Durham, was last seen in the city on Saturday night. His body was found in a service area at the back of Eldon Square shopping centre.

Durham Police Statement on body found in Newcastle

Durham Police Statement:

Police searching for 18-year-old Kelvin Bradley, missing from his home in Ferryhill, County Durham, since last Saturday, have found a man’s body in Newcastle City Centre.

Kelvin’s family have been informed of the development. The body has not been formally identified.The coroner has been informed and a post mortem will take place in due course.Thanks very much to everyone who has helped publicise Kelvin’s disappearance.

Kelvin's Father: "We just love him and we want him back"

Police searching for a teenager who's been missing since the weekend have today been carrying out an extensive search of Leazes Park in Newcastle.

They also say they want to trace two girls Kelvin Bradley was last seen walking with before he vanished.

Kelvin who's 18 had been on a night out in the city. His family in Ferryhill say they love him and they want him to come home.

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