Police in Selby are appealing for the public's help to locate a missing man from the town.
77-year-old Jack Packham has not been seen since around 1.20pm today, Wednesday 15 May, at Temple Hirst.
Mr Packham is:
- around 5 feet 9 inches tall
- Of slim build
- Thinning white hair
- Scar above his left ear
- Last seen wearing glasses, a light blue coat, blue jogging bottoms and black fabric shoes
- Carrying a brown satchel
– Inspector Lindsey Stamp, of Selby Safer Neighbourhood Team
"If you see Jack Packham, I urge you to contact the police immediately so that we can confirm he is safe and well."
Anyone who can help locate Mr Packham is being urged to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1 and pass the information to the Force Control Room.
A mother from North Yorkshire who crashed her car with her 8-year-old son in the passenger seat while she was almost 3 times over the drink-drive limit has been spared jail.
Magistrates told Sharon Wharton: "You are fortunate you are in the magistrates' court today, not a coroner's court."
Selby Magistrates' Court heard that Wharton crashed her silver Ford Mondeo into a bollard in Sherburn-in-Elmet, North Yorkshire, on January 3.
When police arrived they found neither the defendant nor her son were injured but Wharton was not able to give a breath sample.
Wharton, from Thorpe Willoughby, near Selby, was given a 12-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months and she was ordered to observe a curfew for 12 weeks.
She was also required to do 250 hours of unpaid work and banned from driving for three years.
National pub operator JD Wetherspoon is to open 30 new pubs and create 1,200 jobs in the next year.
The expansion plans will see pubs open in cities across the UK, adding to the firm's current total of nearly nine hundred pubs and bars.
The company is to invest more than 35 million pounds in areas including Selby and Whitby.
– Tim Martin, Wetherspoon chairman
"We are looking forward to opening the new pubs, many of which will be in areas where Wetherspoon is not yet represented.
We are also pleased to be creating so many new jobs, especially during a recession.
There is no question that we would open more pubs and create more jobs in 2013 if the increasing tax burden on pubs was reduced."