A body has been found in the search for missing Lydney woman Joanne Moller.
The discovery was made by the Severn Area Rescue Association yesterday evening.
Formal identification of the body is yet to take place but Joanne's family have been told.
Police in Gloucestershire are appealing for help to trace a missing Lydney woman who is very vulnerable.
Officers are asking people to be on the lookout for Joanne Moller, 51 and from Lydney, who was last seen late on Thursday (26 January). There are serious concerns for her welfare and anyone who sees her should call 101 or 999 if appropriate.
Joanne is described as white, 5ft 8ins tall, of slim build, with short curly grey hair. She may be wearing a purple Puffa-type 3/4 length coat and grey fluffy boots with toggles.
Inspector Carl Bourne said: "We're working with other agencies like the Severn Area Rescue Association to search an area of woodland near and around Woolaston Common for Joanne. At this stage we are not requesting help from the public to search but we would like to raise the attention of this incident and our concerns for Joanne to local residents, walkers, and tourists and ask they notify the police if they see anyone matching Joanne's description."
A woman has been sexually assaulted by a man she stopped to help change a flat tyre in a Gloucestershire village.
Police have released an e-fit image of a man they want to trace in connection with the attack.
The attack happened on the morning of Tuesday 9 June, in a lay-by on an unnamed road in Aylburton, near Lydney. The victim stopped to help the man with a flat on a green Volvo, and was sexually assaulted as she was about to return to her car.
The suspect is described as being white, aged between 50 and 58, about 5ft 8ins tall with a medium build and straight blond hair and greying temples. He was wearing a black leather jacket, a striped pale-blue polo shirt and dark blue jeans.
Anyone who recognises the man in the e-fit or with any information is asked to call 101, quoting incident 266 of 9 June.
Police are warning the public to beware after a wild boar went on the rampage - attacking a couple and their dog.
The group were walking along a footpath on Ayleburton Common, part of the Lydney Park Estate, when the boar charged from the undergrowth, leaving the springer spaniel with a broken leg and other severe injuries.
Leaving the dog for dead, the hog then tried to attack the woman, and it was only when her husband beat it off with a branch that it finally left.
The gamekeeper on the estate has been informed and he said he believes there is a female boar with a young family on the estate, which may explain the violent behaviour.
Police are advising all walkers to take care when walking on the estate - and in wooded areas generally -and to ensure their dogs are kept well under control.
Police are appealing for information after a second woman was attacked in Lydney on Saturday.
The woman's dress was grabbed and torn, but the offender fled the scene when a green car pulled up alongside the woman.
The occupants spoke to the victim to check she was okay and officers are very keen to speak to these people, and anyone else with information about the attack.
The man has been described as white and in his late 30s to early 40s, 5ft 10ins to 5ft 11ins tall, with dark hair and a beer belly, appeared from undergrowth and assaulted the woman as she walked towards the A48.
Anyone who can help police with their inquiries should call 101 and quote incident 169 of July 26.
Police are appealing for information after a serious sexual assault on a woman near Lydney Boating Lake at about 11pm on Saturday.
The offender is believed to have been wearing dark clothing but no other description is available.
Gloucestershire police are warning people to be vigilant and avoid badly lit routes and shortcuts.
Anyone who witnessed a man in the area or has any information that could assist police is urged to call 101, quoting incident 589 of July 26.
A 45 year old man from Lydney has died after crashing his motorcycle into a parked van in Woolaston.
The incident happened over the weekend, as the driver of the motorbike was heading on the A48 towards Lydney.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A petition with more than a thousand signatures has been handed to a housing association, asking it not to demolish a pensioner's home. Beryl Watts has lived in her house in Lydney in the Forest of Dean all her life.
The Two Rivers Housing Association says that the building next door has subsided and needs to be demolished, and that means Beryl's house is at risk too.
A petition in support of a pensioner facing eviction has been given to the housing association which wants to demolish her home.
Two Rivers Housing in the Forest of Dean, says that both Beryl Watts' home in Lydney and the one next door are structurally unsound and must come down.
They have offered her a brand new home.
But Mrs Watts says her own house is immaculate, she has lived there all her life, and she does not want to move.
Harbour Road in Lydney is closed after fire broke out at Bendalls Scrapyard earlier today. Police and fire crews are at the scene near Station Road.