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Police looking for a 73-year-old woman Sheila Sykes missing from her home near York, have found a body.
The former colleagues of a police officer who died in a road accident in North Yorkshire pay their respects.
Ten year old Jonty Willis-McKendry who was missing from Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire has been found safe and well
North Yorkshire police say Jonty turned up at a farm house in the Hudswell area, a couple of miles north of Catterick Garrison, at 7.35pm.
The owners recognised him from the appeal and contacted the police.
Jonty had last been seen at Carnagill Primary school at 11.50 a.m. on Tuesday.
North Yorkshire Police is making an urgent appeal for information about a missing 10 year old boy.
Jonty Willis-McKendry has not been seen since 11.50pm on Tuesday 15 October 2013, when he left Carnagill Primary Schoolin Catterick Garrison.
He is described as being small for his age. When he left the school he was wearing a navy sweatshirt, grey trousers and black shoes.
Anyone who can help locate Jonty Willis-McKendry is urged to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and pass the information to the Force Control Room straight away,
Jonty Willis-McKendry, aged 10, has not been seen since 11.50pm on Tuesday 15 October when he left Carnagill Primary School in Catterick Garrison.
North Yorkshire Police are concerned about the child because his young age makes him vulnerable.
Jonty is described as being small for his age. When he left the school he was wearing a navy sweatshirt, grey trousers and black shoes.
– Police Sergeant Heather Campbell, North Yorkshire Police
Jonty, if you see or hear this appeal, please come home straight away. You are not in any trouble. Your family just want to make sure that you are safe and well, and have you back with them.
"If you know where Jonty is please contact the police immediately so that he can be returned home.
One witness who saw a boat catch fire on the River Ouse in York on Saturday night says she thought the smoke was coming from a barbecue.
Julie, a crew member at York River Cruises, said: "Quite often they have barbecues on the boats so we thought nothing of it.
"Then we started off on our trip. We headed downstream away from the smoke and 20 minutes later when we returned, it was just an inferno. We could see fire, huge black smoke from about a quarter of a mile away."
Police are investigating after a boat was destroyed by a fire on the River Ouse in York.
Police are investigating the cause of a boat fire in York.
The fire broke out on a vessel which was moored near to the King's Arms, King's Staith, on the River Ouse at just after 7:30pm on Saturday. Nearby riverside businesses were evacuated while firefighters extinguished the blaze.
North Yorkshire Police said there is nothing to suggest there are any suspicious circumstances surrounding the fire and that everyone who was on the boat has been accounted for.
North Yorkshire police are to develop a new northern base in the Thirsk area of Hambleton.
Police say quick access to better roads will mean officers in North Yorkshire will be able to do more for their local communities.
It will mean an end to the £1 million a year spent on the upkeep of the Grade II Newby Wiske Hall. It's estimated that the new base will lead to annual savings of almost half a million pounds.
– Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner
Policing services will improve because of better support, more reliable infrastructure and better use of technology.
– Chief Constable Dave Jones
It makes long-term operational and financial sense to move North Yorkshire Police headquarters away from Newby Wiske Hall, which is simply not sustainable. We want to build a modern headquarters that will also provide fit-for-purpose operational and custody facilities to replace those in Northallerton which have become outdated.
Emergency services remain at the scene of a serious crash in North Yorkshire.
A car allegedly left the road and came to rest in a field on the B1224 at Rufforth, near York at around 3:25pm on Wednesday. The driver, a man in his 60s, was removed from the car and has been airlifted to Leeds General Infirmary with chest injuries.
The road is currently closed while collision investigators examine the scene and to allow the vehicle to be recovered.
Any witnesses to the crash are being asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101.
A man has been arrested after allegedly punching a dog in York city centre.
It's understood that a number of people witnessed the 38-year-old hit his Staffordshire Bull Terrier more than once on Spurriergate at approximately 2:30pm on September 8.
The offender, from Scarborough, was arrested on suspicion of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal and a public order offence. He has since been released on police bail. The dog has been taken into the care of the RSPCA.
Police and the RSPCA are investigating the incident. Any witnesses are being asked to contact North Yorkshire Police.