Police investigating a house burglary in Scarborough have issued photos of some distinctive items which were stolen.
The house, in the old town area of Scarborough, was burgled while the owners were away between 9 and 12 March.
Other stolen items include three silver baby rattles, a green marble chess set, ten silver napkin rings, six silver condiment pots, a digital camera and a silver corkscrew.
Detective Constable Jeremy Pratt of Scarborough CID, said: “The stolen goods are quite distinctive, in particular the clock, of which there are not many in circulation, particularly in the Scarborough area. As well as being distinctive, the items are also of great sentimental value to the owners."
Penguins at Scarborough's Sea Life Centre hit the headlines last month when they were given a course of anti-depressants to cheer them up after several weeks of wet weather.
Now their owners have the best sign yet that spring has made the penguins happier - they have found a freshly-laid egg.
“Our prayers were finally answered and the arrival of spring has certainly worked its magic on our penguin family,” said Lyndsey Crawford, a supervisor at the centre.
“There is no surer sign that they are feeling chipper again than the resumption of breeding activity.”
The egg was laid by a female called Pinky and is the first this spring, although there are signs that another female, called Piglet, may be about to produce the second.
If the eggs are viable it should be about 40 days before the centre hears the patter of tiny penguin feet.
Girl band Little Mix will take to the stage at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on July 27 alongside Scouting for Girls.
The X Factor winners have sold more than three million singles and two million albums worldwide. The group is made up of Jade and Perrie, who are from South Tyneside, and also Leigh-Anne and Jesy.
Resident penguins at Scarborough's Sea-life centre are being fed anti-depressents with their fish to cheer them up.
They have been diagnosed with depression - and believe it or not it's all down to our weather.
Penguins may be used to the cold, but it seems they really don't like the wind and rain they are been subjected to here this winter.
Seabirds can be affected by wet-weather blues too…as staff at Scarborough Sea Life centre have discovered.
The centre’s resident penguins are so cheesed off by the relentless rain and wind, they have all been put on a course of anti-depressants.
It is the first time the dozen Humboldt penguins have needed such medication since they were severely stressed by a break-in at the attraction almost three years ago.
“Humboldt’s in the wild on the coast of Peru and Chile can be subjected to some pretty wild extremes of weather,” said display curator Lyndsey Crawford.
“What they don’t get though is weeks of almost daily downpours and high winds,” she added.
“After the first week our birds were just a bit subdued, but after over a month now, they are thoroughly fed-up and miserable, much like the rest of us.”
"Misery can lower the body’s natural defences in penguins even more easily than in humans, and that is why the penguins have been prescribed ‘uppers’ to try and head off any more serious symptoms.
“They’re doing the trick so far, but we are all praying for the weather to change and at least a few successive days of sunshine to give the penguins the tonic they really need.
Edward Machin, 39, was reported missing on monday, 27 January, after he failed to turn up to work. He also missed a webchat he was due to make with a friend on saturday.
Police believe Mr Machin travelled by train to Scarborough on wednesday, 23 January, then caught a taxi to Bempton in Humberside.
He is described as white, 5ft 4in tall, of slim build with dark brown hair and blue-grey eyes. When he was last seen on CCTV at Scarborough railway station he was wearing a dark coloured jacket, a light coloured shirt, jeans and brown shoes.
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North Yorkshire police have confirmed missing Chaenan Bertinelli from Scarborough has been found safe and well in London.
A teenage girl has gone missing from Scarborough and is thought to be in London.
Officers believe 14 year old Chaenan Bertinelli may have travelled to the capital to visit relatives.
Chaenan is described as white, 5ft, 3in, with red hair and hazel eyes.
Anyone who has any information is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101 option 1