More than three and a half million people have viewed an online campaign to find Bristol teenager Becky Watts, according to police. It's now eight days since the 16 year-old was last seen at her home in St George.
79-year-old Winifred, who was reported missing yesterday, has been found dead in the River Tone.
Her body was recovered in Taunton this morning and her death is not being treated as suspicious.
The police want to thank the media and public for their help with the appeal.
The police's online appeal has now reached over 3.5 million people.
You can follow all the updates using the hashtag FindBecky.
Becky's family have planned another public search starting at 11am on Saturday morning.
Building on the success of last time, they're hoping to double the 200 people that turned out last time.
Vassals Park car park, Fishponds, 11am.
Route of search:
Vassalls Park, Snuff Mills, Blackberry hill, Other side of Snuff Mills, Stoke Park Estate (known locally as The Duchess ).
Organisers are asking people to bring:
Wear sensible footwear and clothing, bring food and drink, if people bring posters, ensure they have the correct contact and reference, don't do anything to put themselves or others in danger.
Our reporter, Rob Murphy, gives us the latest update on missing Becky Watts from her Crown Hill home:
George Ezra tickets have sold out in 90 minutes for the Bristol Summer Series to be held at Bristol Harbourside.
The tickets went on sale at 9am this morning.
Tickets are still available for the Kaiser Chiefs, Seasick Steve and Jessie J.
Final preparations are underway for Bath Half Marathon on Sunday.
Around 15,000 runners are expected at the start line. Last year participants raised more than two million pounds for charity.
Watch out for road closures though - many routes in and around Bath will be affected, including part of the A4.
This morning Police divers are searching one of the ponds in St George's park.
A team of six are in the water, with a seventh man on land making sure the divers don't miss an inch.
Becky has now been missing for eight days.