North Yorkshire Police want the public's help in find a man from Richmond.
Christopher Hugill, 29, from Skeeby in Richmond, is wanted for recall to prison because he has breached the terms of his licence.
Witnesses can contact officers investigating the case by calling 101.
North Yorkshire Police are appealing for the public’s help to locate a man wanted for recall to prison.
Christopher Hugill, 29, from Richmond, is wanted for recall to prison as he has breached the terms of his licence after failing to live at a specified address and has not attended appointments.
Hugill was sentenced to 24 months imprisonment in 2012 for common assault. He was released in June 2013.
He is described as white, 5ft 10in tall with a medium build and short brown hair.
Although his whereabouts are unknown it is believed that Christopher Hugill is still in the Richmond area.
Members of the public can contact North Yorkshire Police by calling 101.
An American film crew were in Richmond in North Yorkshire today making a film about the composer Handel. The drama focuses on his most famous work, The Messiah.
Jonny Blair went to meet them.
An American production company have been filming inside the Georgian Theatre Royal in the centre of Richmond, North Yorkshire. The film is about the life of the classical composer Handel.
An American production company is in Richmond, North Yorkshire, making a TV film. It is about the life of the composer Handel and historic-looking locations were needed.
North Yorkshire Police are appealing for help from the public in their attempt to locate a stolen Land Rover Defender.
The vehicle was taken from a house in Aldrough St John, in Richmond sometime between December 18 and January 6. It has a registration number BX10 OCZ.
A hundred photographers from all over the world have had their photos on display in a former railway station in North Yorkshire.
The "Best Shots" exhibition is helping to raise funds for the charity which now runs the station in Richmond.
Derek Proud went along to see it - watch his full report below.
This is a story of a community pulling together to help protect the future of their village. While many rural areas are struggling to keep local shops and services going, what's on offer in Eppleby near Richmond is expanding.
Villagers are hoping it will attract younger families to the area, so that it will prosper.
Claire Montgomery reports:
Anthony Allum, Village shop owner.
Residents in North Yorkshire are hoping their strong community spirit will help protect the future of their village.
While many rural areas are struggling to keep local shops and services going, a new store and tearooms are the latest addition in Eppleby near Richmond.
The village is home to around 400 people and nine miles from the nearest town.
It still has a school, pub, part-time post office and a thriving village hall but has been without a shop for a number of years after the last one closed down.
Anthony Allum, who owns the business, has lived in Eppleby for nearly 40 years and says everyone works together to do the best for the village.
He is not expecting to make a profit from the shop but hopes by adding to what Eppleby has to offer, younger families may decide to move in.