Police searching for a missing DJ say they are now re-focusing their search efforts in the Yate area following a credible new sighting.
Police have also released new CCTV footage showing the last confirmed sighting of the 73 year old.
It was captured on July 10th and shows Derek entering The Criterion Pub, Ashley Road, Bristol at around 11.38pm.
He is then seen leaving the premises at approximately 00.13am on July 11th.
DJ Derek has been missing since 23rd July but was seen by friends at Yate bus station on either July 16 or 17 at approximately midday.
Just how annoyed do you get in Tesco when the woman at the self-service check outs tells you there's an unexpected item in the bagging area?
Some customers have even complained that the female voice is "too bossy" so the supermarket have decided to trial a different voice in some stores.
This time it's a man, rather than a woman's voice has been used and it's Andy Turvey from Cheltenham.
The new recording is supposedly meant to be "friendlier and more helpful".
If the trial is a success then his voice could be used in every store across the country.
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Wiltshire Police said it had received a number of calls in response to its appeal for information on Monday in relation to allegations of child sex abuse against former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath.
A force spokesman said: "The investigation team will be reviewing the information and following up any lines of inquiry as a result.
"Wiltshire Police continue to appeal to anyone who has information or may have been a victim of child sex abuse to come forward."
He added that the NSPCC, who the force is working with to provide support to victims, had also received calls in relation to the appeal.
The force spokesman added: “Please call the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org as they have dedicated staff in place to deal with victims or if you have information that may help police please call us via 101.”
Officials in Bulgaria have charged a local man with the rape and murder of a Bristol pensioner.
Jan Bennett, 67, is believed to have been attacked whilst out walking her dogs near her home in the village of Malomir.
A 40-year-old local man named as Ivan Georgiev by Bulgarian Authorities, has been arrested after police found DNA linking him to the scene.
Mrs Bennett was from the Eastville area of Bristol but had moved to the country with her husband just two months ago.
Officers are appealing for witnesses after a fatal collision near Bridport, which left a 75-year-old man from Torquay dead.
At around 5am today a serious collision occurred between a white lorry and an orange Daewoo Matizt car on the A35.
The lorry was heading toward the Crown roundabout when it collided with the car, which was heading in the opposite direction.
The driver of the car died at the scene but the lorry driver was uninjured.
The A35 is closed in both directions to allow collision investigators to carry out an examination.
The police have confirmed that a 75-year-old man from Torquay has died following a collision between a car and a lorry on the A35 in Bridport.
The road will remain closed in both directions for at least another hour, as investigations continue.
Diversions via a local route using the B3162 are causing long queues around the town.
A baby boy has been seriously injured after being hit by a car in a car park in Devizes. The 14 month-old boy suffered a fractured skull and shoulder when he was struck by the car which was being driven by a 73 year-old man.
The accident happened just before 2pm yesterday in a parking area behind Freeman Road. The boy was taken to Bristol Royal Infirmary by air ambulance and is expected to make a full recovery.
Bristol’s skyline is set to be lit up with two million volts of lightning in a spectacular show, against the backdrop of Bristol’s Queen Square.
It will be the world’s first biofuel pyrotechnics show marking the city’s status as European Green Capital 2015.
It will take place in a month's time and organisers are promising a stunning visual extravaganza.