Police are becoming increasingly concerned for a missing woman from Newcastle.
40-year-old Rehena Begum, from Walker, was last seen on August 16.
Rehena has family in London and officers are also making enquiries there.
Officers are appealing directly to Rehena to contact them. Anyone who recognises her is asked to call police immediately on 101.
Police are appealing for information after two houses were burgled in Walker.
A house in Hyperion Way was broken into on 9 February. The intruders got in through a back door, searched the property and stole items including car keys and a silver daisy bracelet.
A nearby house in Lysander Drive was also targeted. The offender again got into the property via the back of the house and stole jewellery and cash. A Thomas Sabo silver charm bracelet, a pair of Swarovski petal shaped earrings and a Michael Kors silver bracelet were taken.
Enquiries are ongoing.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting reference number 899 09/02/17.
An elderly man has been racially and verbally abused in what police are describing as a hate crime in Newcastle.
The man was walking down Scrogg Road, Walker, when two men, who were with a woman pushing a pushchair, threw food and verbally abused him.
The offenders are described as aged late 20s to early 30s, both wearing hoodies. The women was described as short with dark hair worn in a bun, and was wearing a light coloured body warmer.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
Police investigating an assault outside a pub in Walker, Newcastle, have charged a man with wounding with intent to commit GBH and violent disorder.
Police say an attack happened at around 4.20pm on Thursday, December 8, outside of the Fosse Hotel pub on the Fossway, Walker.
Earlier this week four men were arrested in connection with the incident and in the last 48 hours another seven men were taken into custody.
One man was due to appear before magistrates in Newcastle on Saturday.
Police in Newcastle have arrested eleven people after a man was attacked by up to a dozen masked men outside a pub in Walker.
Polcie say that at around 4.20pm on Thursday, December 8, a group of 12 masked men in a white van attacked a man who was standing outside of the Fosse Hotel pub on the Fossway.
They were armed with bats, metal bars, hatchets, knives and ammonia and left the victim hospitalised with a fractured skull and stab wounds.
A female bystander was also injured after being squirted with ammonia and needed hospital treatment.
Earlier this week four men were arrested in connection with the incident and in the last 24 hours another seven men have been taken into custody.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was 'squirted in the face with an unknown liquid' in Walker.
A 20-year-old man and his friend had left the NE6 Suite in Scrogg Road when they were called over by the front seat passenger of a car who was parked opposite the venue. It happened on 4 December just before 1am.
As the pair got close to the vehicle the passenger reached out of the window and squirted the 20-year-old in the face. The car then drove away.
Enquiries are ongoing into the incident and anyone with any information into the attack is asked to contact police on 101.
Police are appealing for information after an incident in Walker, Newcastle which left a man with a fractured skull.
It happened outside of The Fosse pub on Fossway at around 4:20pm on Thursday 8th December.
A group of men, thought to be around eight or nine, drove to the pub in a white Vauxhall Vivaro van and and attacked a man who was standing outside the pub.
Officers say they were armed with bats, metal bars and knives. After attacking the man the gang went on to break a number of the pub's windows.
The men then got back into the van and fled the scene. A gold coloured Range Rover was also seen following the van.
The 30-year-old man injured during the attack is currently in hospital receiving treatment to a stab wound and a fractured skull.
A woman who was also standing outside of the pub was injured during the incident and went to hospital for treatment.
Police believe that those involved in the incident are all known to each other and enquiries are ongoing.
- Anyone with who saw anything, or who has any information that could help police with the investigation, is asked to contact police on 101 quoting reference number 757 09/12/16.
Fire crews have rescued a dog that became stuck on the roof of a house in Walker: