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Appeal to find missing Saltburn man

Derek Ingledew, 76, has been missing since January 15 Credit: Cleveland Police

Police are appealing for help to trace a missing man from Saltburn.

Derek Ingledew, 76, has been missing from home since January 15th. His family say it is out of character for him not to return home and officers are concerned for his welfare.

Mr Ingledew is described as white, 5ft 8" tall with brown eyes and white hair and he wears glasses. He was last seen wearing a grey ski-type jacket, a blue shirt, navy trousers and brown shoes.

There has been reports of a possible sighting of Mr Ingledew in London and he may be travelling by train.

Anyone who may have seen him is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101.

Police searching for missing man find man's body

Police searching for a missing man from Harrogate have found a man's body on a beach in Saltburn.

James Kipling had not been seen since Thursday, when he drove away from his home Credit: North Yorkshire Police/Kipling family

James Kipling has not been seen since the afternoon of Thursday, 14th November. A body was found near cliffs, in an area known as Saltburn Scar, but has not been identified.

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Saltburn 'yarnbombers' strike again

The knitters have become famous for the appearance of their creations overnight Credit: ITV News

'Yarnbombers' have been out in force again over this weekend's Bank Holiday as they left more knitted creations on a seaside town's pier.

Knitters celebrate the British tradition of sunburn with their newest creations in Saltburn Credit: ITV News

The woollen masterpieces cover half of the Saltburn pier and pay tribute to a day out at the seaside.

The new display celebrates a day out at the beach Credit: ITV News

Amongst the knitted pieces, visitors can see sunbathers, beach huts, jellyfish and fish and chips in inedible form.

Some of the woollen creations on display at Saltburn's pier Credit: ITV News

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The Face of Nature found in the North East

The 'Face of Nature' looks on Credit: Martin Nesbitt

The 'Face of Nature' has been spotted in the North East after a man stumbled across the face in a tree when he was walking his dog.

Martin Nesbitt was walking through Saltburn Valley Gardens when he came across the tree which appeared to be looking back at him.

Martin with 'The Face of Nature' that he found while walking his dog Credit: Martin Nesbitt

Walk to thank neonatal team

Fundraisers gather to thank neonatal team Credit: ITV Tyne Tees

A devoted dad has led a sponsored walk from Saltburn to Whitby to thank the neonatal team that saved his little boy's life.

Dominic was boen 14 weeks premature Credit: ITV Tyne Tees

Roy Willis's son Dominic was born 14 weeks premature last October, weighing just 2lb 3oz.

For three months the neonatal team at The James Cook University Hospital took care of him and keeping him alive, saving his life as many as five times a day.

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