Police searching for missing Chester-le-Street woman Pamela Jackson have admitted there is little realistic chance she is still alive.
Four years since Claudia Lawrence went missing and her family call for a new police investigation.
Police in York are appealing for the public to help their search for missing man Jeremy Malarkey.
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.
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Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of a 35 year old woman from Skelton in East Cleveland.
Lisa Hernandez has not been since she left her home address on Thursday May 2nd.
Police describe her as white, of slim build, 5ft 6" tall with shoulder length brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with any information should contact Cleveland Police.
Pamela Jackson went missing at the beginning of March and police have since charged the 55-year-old's partner Adrian Muir with her murder, although no body has been found.
Her family have been continuing to appeal for any information that might help find their elder sister.
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Police searching for missing Chester-le-Street woman, Pamela Jackson have admitted there is little realistic chance she is still alive.
Ms Jackson, 55, was last seen just over a month ago on the evening of Saturday, March 2 at the home she shared with her son, Joe.
Her partner, Adrian Muir, has appeared at court charged with her murder.
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.
The family of Claudia Lawrence are calling for a fresh investigation into her disappearance as they mark the fourth anniversary of her disappearance.
Her mother and sister say detectives focused too much on her private life and lacked sensitivity whilst handling the case.
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North Yorkshire Police say:
"They invited the National Policing Improvement Agency to conduct a second voluntary review of the investigation in 2010.
"Their report concluded that the investigation had been conducted with integrity and objectivity...and that, where individuals had been subject to investigation, no opportunities had been overlooked."
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.
– Chief Inspector Elaine Taylor
"Unfortunately the river level is too high to safely continue the search, once the water recedes officers from the Northumbria police's marine unit will continue to assist us in the search for Pamela."
"I would still encourage anyone with information about Pamela's disappearance to contact police on 101."
North Yorkshire Police have responded to criticism from Claudia Lawrence's family over the investigation into her disappearance. A spokesperson from the force said:
"North Yorkshire Police invited the National Policing Improvement Agency to conduct a second voluntary review of the investigation in 2010. Their report concluded that the investigation had been conducted with integrity and objectivity.
Where individuals had been subject to investigation, no investigative opportunities had been overlooked. The reviewers noted that good practice was evident in the investigation and that those strategies reviewed conformed to nationally approved standards.”