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Concern for 'vulnerable' missing man from Stanley

Steven Matthison. Credit: Durham Police

Durham Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a man from Stanley who has been missing for 'some time'.

Steven Matthison, 53, is classed as vulnerable due to a medical condition.

He may not have medication with him.

He is described as around 5' 8" tall, large build and is currently thought to have curly hair and a beard - unlike the most recent photograph which has been shared by the police.

He may also be wearing spectacles.

Anyone who knows where Steven is is urged to call Durham Police on 101.

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Pedestrian, 89, recovering after being hit by a car in Stanley

An 89-year-old pedestrian is recovering in hospital after being hit by a car in Stanley.

A grey Citroen Berlingo was travelling on the A693 when it hit an 89-year-old shortly before 6.30pm on 2 February, outside the East Stanley Methodist Church.

The pedestrian is in a ‘comfortable’ condition in the RVI at Newcastle.

Anybody with information is asked to contact Durham Police on the non-emergency number 101.

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Boxing champ swaps the ring for the stage

World champion boxer Glenn McCrory is back, this time not in the ring but on the stage.

He will be returning to his home town of Stanley in County Durham for a one man show.

It's the story behind family life and focusses on his relationship with his brother who had a muscular wasting illness.

Kris Jepson has been to find out more:

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