Do you recognise this man? British Transport Police officers would like to speak to him after an item of luggage was stolen from a train.
The incident happened on the 9pm East Coast trains service from Edinburgh Waverley to Leeds on Wednesday, 14 May.
The victim, a 21-year-old-woman, realised her bag was missing as she was about to the leave the train at Leeds
Police believe it may have been stolen by someone who got off the train at Morpeth in Northumberland..
PC Wayne Brown of BTP Newcastle said: “We believe the man in the pictures can help us with our enquiries and I would urge anyone who recognises him to contact us.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40,
A multi-million flood defence scheme for Morpeth is expected to be finished later than planned and £5 million over-budget.Read the full story ›
New defences to protect Morpeth from future flooding are expected to be completed by Christmas.
But the scheme, which is jointly funded by the council and environment agency, is expected to go over budget by around £5m.
The project involves building flood walls in areas of the town affected by flooding and also creating the huge dam which will hold back up 1.4m cubic metres of water - the equivalent of 500 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
It means the town will have the capacity to deal with the sort of water levels experienced in 2008.
The total cost of the flood defences is around £25m.
A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an assault in Morpeth, Northumberland, after a man was found unconscious in the street.
The 35-year-old man remains in hospital with serious head injuries, which may be life-threatening.
A 35-year-old man is being treated for serious, potentially life-threatening head injuries after he was found unconscious in the street in Morpeth, Northumberland. He was found at 3am on Sunday morning and taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) in Newcastle.
Northumbria Police officers believe he had been assaulted by another man, who has not been found.
A bride-to-be says she's heartbroken after being told that her wedding venue has closed with just a week to go.
Samantha Lewins from Gosforth is now busy trying to make alternative plans. She was due to get married at Longhirst Hall at Morpeth next weekend.
It's understood that liquidators have been called in, although the spa and golf course are unaffected. Nobody from the Hotel was available to comment today. Samantha says she and her partner stand to lose a lot of money.
Northumberland County Council confirmed it will sell its Morpeth headquarters and move the staff right across the county.
Dan Ashby reports.
Councillor Grant Davey, Labour Leader of Northumberland County Council says the decision to sell off County Hall is about the "wider economy and saving jobs".
The council needs to save £130million and it's hoped by selling the headquarters it can save other services.
Northumberland Councillor David Parker, a Morpeth resident, says selling off County Hall would be "devastating".
It comes after Northumberland County Council has confirmed plans to sell of its headquarters in Morpeth.
The council needs to save £130million and it's hoped by moving staff out of the building it can save other services.
Northumberland County Council has confirmed its headquarters will be sold. The Labour run council will sell off County Hall in Morpeth in a bid to save £130 million.
They want to move workers to smaller, cheaper buildings in places like Ashington, Berwick and Hexham.
The council says it's selling the land to a housing developer, so it can save leisure centres and libraries, livelihoods and jobs.