Police searching for missing DJ Derek Morris from Bristol say they have had a suspected sighting of the 73-year-old.
DJ Derek, as he is known, was last seen on his way home from the Commercial Rooms in Bristol on 10 July.
It has now emerged that he may have been seen by friends at Yate bus station on either 16 or 17 July at approximately midday.
Officers are now re-focusing their search in the Yate area.
They have also had sightings of Derek at Cribbs Causeway and Thornbury and are looking into any potential link with bus routes in South Gloucestershire.
Since Derek was reported missing on Thursday 23 July, we’ve conducted a thorough and wide-spread search investigation.
“This has involved detailed CCTV examinations, house to house enquiries and physical searches.
“We have also had a large number of reported sightings following our public appeal and we are working through all of these.
“This new confirmed sighting in Yate will mean we will re-focus our efforts in this area and I would ask anyone who was in the vicinity of Yate bus station on July 16/17 to come forward.
"I would also ask anyone who regularly uses public transport within Yate, Cribbs Causeway or Thornbury to come forward if they have any information.
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A man from Westbury has achieved his dream of standing at the alter on his wedding day.
Neil Martin woke up 8 years ago unable to walk because of a rare condition called Myotubular Myopothy.
In fact it is so rare is one of only seven people in the world to have this of a rare type of muscular dystrophy.
However, Neil's dream came true when he was able to stand at the alter with bride Ginny thanks to a fundraising effort which helped fund a special wheelchair.
The standing frame manual wheelchair can't be funded on the NHS, so Martin and Ginny set up a crowd funding page to raise the £15,000 needed. And as the pictures show, that target was achieved and Martin's dream became a realty.
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Bristol MP Kerry McCarthy has backed MP Andy Burnham as the next Labour leader.
The representative for Bristol East was speaking after attending a rally hosted by the leadership candidate in the West Country this weekend.
Jeremy Corbyn the MP for Islington North is favourite for the position.
Travel Update: On the planes, the Thomas Cook flight TCX7143 from Zakynthos into Bristol has been delayed. The flight was due to arrive at ten to three this afternoon.
Thousands of people turned out to the South Gloucestershire Show this weekend where one of the highlights included camel racing. The event is in its second year and was created to celebrate the county. Victoria Davies has more.
A group of farmers have targeted supermarkets across Bristol to protest over milk prices.
A video, posted online, shows the protestors removing all the milk from the shelves at Morrison's in Yate before abandoning the full trolleys at the check-outs. It's part of a protest over the unfair drop in milk prices.