The former neighbours of missing Rania Alayed have spoken of their shock to hear that she may have been murdered after moving to the North West earlier this year.
She has not been seen since June and police now believe her body may be buried beside the A19 near Thirsk. Friends living close to Rania's former home in Norton on Teesside said they were horrified.
The body of a missing mother-of-three is believed to be buried or concealed along a 19-mile (30km) stretch of rural road, police have said.
Rania Alayed, 25, was reported missing from her home in Cheetham Hill, Manchester, on July 2, having been last seen in public on the evening of June 7.
It is thought she was taken in a white camper van in the early hours of June 8 to the Thirsk area of North Yorkshire, where her body was disposed of.
The Leyland DAF 200 vehicle, registration number F864 RJB, which has since been recovered, is believed to have stopped in an unidentified layby on the northbound A19.
Two men have been charged with Ms Alayed's murder but detectives want to trace her body as their investigations continue.
Police searching for a missing mother of three from Cheetham Hill are appealing for witnesses who saw a white campervan which they think may be connected to her disappearance. They want to contact anyone who saw it on the A19 near Thirsk in the early hours of Saturday 8 June 2013.
A man slapped and burned a three-year-old boy with a cigarette after he squirted him with a water pistol.
The boy, Brooklyn Bright, was playing with his new water pistol he received for his birthday when he sprayed a passing man.
The man responded by slapping him on the hand and burning him with a cigarette.
The attack happened on Raleigh Road in Norton at 6.30pm on Monday, June 3.
The man is described as white, 6ft 4ins tall, in his late twenties, very skinny and wearing a white hard hat and a hi-vis vest at the time. He had a tattoo on one of his forearms.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on the 101
A landlord from North Yorkshire has been sent to prison for twelve months after a fire at his property killed two jockeys four years ago.
65-year-old Alan Foster failed to make even the most basic fire risk assessment before and after the tragedy.
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A landlord from Norton in North Yorkshire has been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment for failing to take adequate fire safety precautions after two jockeys died at his flats in Norton in 2009.
Alan Foster pleaded guilty to 4 breaches and was sentenced to 12 months for each, the sentences to run concurrently. He is likely to serve 6 months before he is released on licence.
Queueing traffic and road closed due to accident, three vehicles involved on A19 Northbound at A1027.Police are on the scene, affecting traffic towards Wolviston.