Police on Teesside are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 44 year old man who's missing from his home in Middlesbrough.
Brian Smith left his house with plans to travel to London on Thursday night.
Officers say he is vulnerable. He was seen in the capital on Friday morning but has had no contact with anyone since.
Police believe that while he may still be in London, he could also have left to travel around the country.
They're appealing for people who may know Brian to contact them with any information.
The father of one of the victims, killed when flight MH17 came down over Ukraine, has told ITV News Tyne Tees that Russia's veto of a United Nations Security Council resolution is "cruel". He said, the move "stops families getting the desperate closure they need."
"If they've got nothing to hide, why are they blocking it?"
Liam Sweeney, 28, from Newcastle, was travelling on the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it was shot down over eastern Ukraine, near the Russian border, killing all 298 people on board.
The Malaysian Airlines plane is suspected to have been shot down by Moscow-backed separatists in Ukraine last year. Liam Sweeney was travelling with fellow Newcastle United fan John Alder. The pair were on their way to watch a pre-season friendly in New Zealand.
A consultation has been launched today over changes to North Yorkshire fire stations.
The fire service says the number of incidents it attends and the level of risk has fallen over the last ten years, and that in some areas there is an over provision of resources.
The fire stations where changes are proposed are:
More details are expected later today with one of the proposals expected to be fire engines being replaced by fire vans.
John Alder and Liam Sweeney were killed when their plane was brought down over Ukraine. They were remembered at a special football match.Read the full story ›
A year ago, Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board, including two NUFC fans.Read the full story ›
Sid Nott, a friend of Liam Sweeney's, has paid tribute to him and John Alder, the two victims of the MH17 disaster who came from the North East.
He said: "We're just trying to keep their memory going today and raise some money for Liam's charities. It's just another chance to unify everybody and take in his memory."
Members of the public have laid flowers at a memorial garden at the Newcastle United ground in memory of John Alder from Gateshead and Liam Sweeney from Newcastle, who died in the MH17 crash a year ago.
Both were fans of Newcastle United, and were on their way to a pre-season tour in New Zealand when their plane came down in Ukraine.
Staff at a supermarket on Tyneside, where MH17 victim Liam Sweeney used to work, have been remembering him and his friend John Alder on the first anniversary of the tragedy.
Staff at Morrisons in Killingworth, are hosting fundraising events today in Liam's memory.
Before today they had already raised over £6,000 in his memory.
They have donated that to the Marie Curie Hospice's Pay for a Day initiative.
It will pay for a hospice's running costs for one day.
Grieving relatives of 38 Australians flying on the Malaysian jet that was shot down over eastern Ukraine have gathered for a memorial service one year on.
It saw the unveiling of a plaque set in soil from the place where they died.
Australian prime minister Tony Abbott unveiled a permanent memorial to the victims in the nation's capital Canberra.
The Australian prime minister has paid tribute to the Australian vicitms of the MH17 air disaster, as part of commemorations one year on from the tragedy.
Speaking at a memorial in Canberra, Tony Abbott said:
"We owe it to the dead to bring the guilty to justice. So now we owe it to the living to work for a more just and humane world."
Mr Abbott also unveiled a plaque inscribed with the names of Australian victims, which is set in soil that a police officer brought back from Ukraine.