Police are asking for help in finding a missing vulnerable man thought to be in the Taunton or Bridgwater areas. 41 year old Christopher Michelle went missing from Musgrove park Hospital at about 9am this morning. Police say he may appear confused.
He is described as a white man, about 5ft 9ins tall with short dark spiky hair shaved at the side and was wearing a black knitted jumper and dark coloured, possibly black jeans.
Police are appealing to find a teenager who disappeared after going to the cinema.
15-year-old Sauda Gashi, from Bridgwater, was last seen in Weston-super-Mare at the Odeon Cinema on April 9.
We’re growing concerned about Suada’s welfare and have information to suggest she may be in the east Birmingham area.
The teen is slim build, with long ginger/brown hair and was last seen wearing a cream and black netted top, beige blazer, a black skirt and beige heels.
Anyone with information should contact police.
A man has died in a crash between a car and a motorcycle near Bridgwater.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident, which happened at around 6.15am on Sunday morning along Homberg Way in Wembdon near Bridgwater.
The motorcyclist received serious head injuries and, despite treatment at the scene, died shortly afterwards.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of death by dangerous driving.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal from the man convicted of murdering a teenage runaway and burying her body wrapped in a carpet.
Alan Charlton, from Bridgwater, and co-defendant Idris Ali were jailed in 1991 for killing 15-year-old Karen Price in Cardiff in 1981.
Her body was discovered eight years later. Mr Ali was released in 1994 after a retrial where he admitted manslaughter.
Charlton referred his case to the Criminal Cases Review Commission in 2009. The case was sent to the Court of Appeal in 2014.
The appeal against the convictions of both Charlton and Idris Ali was heard by three judges last month and the judgement reserved until today.
This morning, Lady Justice Hallett delivered the ruling that the case had been dismissed.
But she said the court "shared the concerns of the CCRC about the conduct of some officers in the South Wales police force in the late 1980s and early 1990s".
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A teenager who disappeared from her home in Bridgwater has been found.
15-year-old Sascha Gallichan was last seen at 11pm on Sunday January 17, and had not been heard from since.
Police have now said she has been found safe and well.
Police are appealing for help after a 15-year-old disappeared from her home in Bridgwater.
Sascha Gallichan was last seen at 11pm on Sunday January 17, and has not been heard from since.
Police say they are concerned for the teenager and have urged her to make contact with them, or her family as soon as possible.
She is 5ft 3ins, of small build and has blonde hair and blue eyes.
She may have travelled to Brighton where she has friends.
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A major accident between a motorcyclist, lorry and a number of cars has closed the M5 southbound between junctions 24 - 25 near Bridgwater.
Police say the motorway is likely to remain closed for some time. The cars have been moved to the hard shoulder and the motorcyclist is receiving attention at the scene for what's believed to be a spinal injury.
Drivers are being urged to avoid the area.