Police are continuing to appeal for information to trace a missing Northumberland man.
Dominic Broadley, 36, from the Morpeth area, has not been seen since around 4.45pm on Friday, August 22, when he got out of a family member's car in the Newcastle west area.
He is believed to have used an ATM on September 20, at the Spar at Wolsingham in Weardale, County Durham.
And he has been seen to use ATMs in the Cumbria area, first on September 23 at the village shop at Main Street in Brough, and then again on September 25 at Barclays at Main Street in Sedbergh.
Dominic is described as white, 5 feet 9" tall, slim build, with short mousy brown hair which is unkempt. He was last seen wearing a black jumper, blue jeans, trainers and glasses.
He has connections to Gateshead, Whitley Bay, Sunderland and the Consett areas.
Police and his family are concerned for his welfare and are carrying out enquiries to locate him.
Officers are appealing for Dominic to make contact with them, or anyone who recognises him is asked to call police.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Dominic should contact police on 101, quoting reference 969 22/08/14.
Police on Teesside say they are concerned as to the whereabouts of a teenager who went missing late on Thursday (4 September).
14 year-old Jordan Taylor was last been seen at 9.20 pm on Birchington Avenue in Eston.
Jordan, from the Whale Hill area, and was last seen riding a silver mountain bike close to nearby shops with a group of boys and girls.
The daughter of Robert Hutchinson, who has been missing from Sunderland for two weeks, has appealed for him to come home. Robert Hutchinson, 56, was last seen on June 23 in Hendon. He was last seen driving a blue Nissan Micra registration number LT03 0ZJ.
His daughter Paula Hutchinson said:
"We just want him to come home, the family are missing him so much. It's upsetting not knowing where he is and I want to tell him we love him so much. "My son, Dad's only grandson, is starting to ask where he is, they have a special bond and it's so difficult not knowing what to tell him."
North Yorkshire Police have asked for help finding a woman with Alzheimer's Disease who is missing from a residential home in York.
Rowena Sylvester, 78, was last seen at 3pm in Dunnington. She was wearing black trousers, black and white top, a light brown anorak and carrying a brown handbag.
A police spokesman said Ms Sylvester had moved to the area from Chester and was unfamiliar with the local area.
Northumbria Police asked for help finding a man from Kenton, in Newcastle, who has been missing since Wednesday 18th June.
Christopher Iley, 24, is described as 5 feet 8" tall, very slim build, with short light brown hair and a goatee beard.
He was last seen wearing a dark coloured t-shirt with a camouflage pattern, dark blue jeans and black boots. He was carrying a large Nike black backpack.
Janice Ormston, 52, from Dunstanburgh Road, Byker has not been seen since Monday, June 16.
Mrs Ormston is described as: white, 5ft 8ins tall, stocky build with mousey brown hair in a pony tail. She was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, black leggings and possibly wearing white trainers.
Police have now located 34-year-old Adam Robinson who had been reported missing earlier today.
Police searching for a woman who went missing from Byker have found a body.
Pau Kim Lau hadn't been seen since leaving her home on May 2.
Officers were called to reports of a body in the River Tyne at Newcastle Quayside this morning.
No formal identification has taken place but her family have been told.
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Durham Constabulary has confirmed that the body found in the River Wear is that of missing Durham university student Luke Pearce. The 19 year old had gone missing after a night out with friends.
“Luke’s family live in Hounslow, Surrey and while staying in Durham he was a resident of Fonteyn Court, university accommodation in the Old Elvet part of the city.
“A post mortem was conducted yesterday, the results of which will now be forwarded the coroner. There are no suspicious circumstances and an inquest on Luke’s death is expected to open in the next few days.”