The body of an elderly man from West Somerset has been found in a field on the outskirts of Bath.
Police believe it may be the body of 76-year-old Bill Rowbrey who went missing in the city in the afternoon of Saturday 12th March.
Formal identification has yet to take place.
Police are appealing for help to find a 32 year old man from Bristol who's described as 'vulnerable'.
Concern is growing for David Yates, who was last seen in the Wick Road area of Bristol on Friday 11th March shortly after 9am.
He is known to be depressed and has missed taking medication.
David is described as white, about 6ft 2ins tall and of slim build. He has blue eyes and short dark hair. He is thought to be unshaven.
He has a distinctive scar on the right hand side of his face from the corner of his mouth to his cheek and a two inch scar on his left forearm.
When he went missing he was wearing a black hooded top, dark grey jeans with a black jumper tied around his waist. He was also wearing black boots and carrying a black cloth bag.
He is thought to be in the Bristol area, particularly the City Road area of St Pauls.
Police are concerned for a man missing from Bristol who was last seen leaving Southmead Hospital yesterday (Jan 22) afternoon.
Luke Stillwell, 33, is described as white, 6ft 2ins tall, of stocky build with cropped brown hair and a brown beard.
He was last seen wearing brown jogging bottoms, a brown hooded jacket, flip-flops, a hospital gown and a grey beanie hat. Luke was being treated for a foot injury so might be limping.
He has links to the Horfield and Frenchay areas.
Police are appealing for the public's help to trace a missing woman who failed to meet a friend at the airport.
Luisa Lizariturry Varela was meant to meet a friend at Gatwick Airport on 27 December 2015, but she failed to show up. Officers believe she may have been seen in Bristol that same day.
Anyone who has seen Luisa or knows of her whereabouts is asked to contact the Westminster Missing Persons Unit on 020 7321 8028 quoting reference number 16MIS000281.
Police are urgently appealing for help to trace a missing nine-year-old boy who went missing in Gloucester earlier this evening.
Declan Njunje, from Abbeymead, returned home from school shortly before 4pm but after an argument walked off.
His mother followed him but lost sight of Declan after he walked across a footbridge across Eastern Avenue.
DESCRIPTION OF DECLAN
- 5ft tall
- wearing a black coat
- wearing a Barnwood School uniform - a blue jumper and grey trousers.
A widescale search involving numerous officers is in progress in Gloucester but anyone who sees Declan should stay with him and call 101 straight away, quoting incident 311 of 19 November.
Avon and Somerset police are appealing for information to help find missing teenager Sascha Gallichan.
The fifteen year old went missing from Bath yesterday (Oct 25) and has links to Taunton.
Police are appealing for information about a woman who has gone missing in Chippenham.
Margaret Grant was last seen on Monday 12 October at her home in Manor Road. She has not contacted her family since, which is said to be out of character.
Police say Margaret has heart problems and needs medication which they think she does not have with her.
- Large build
- Shoulder length blond hair
- May be wearing black jogging bottoms, plain t-shirt and blue anorak
- Belived to have taken her car, a silver "55" plated Land Rover estate
Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of a 14-year-old girl from Tuffley in Gloucestershire.
Meghan Wilson was last seen at home at around 6.10pm this evening (Tuesday 29 September).
Police believe Meghan has some money on her and may have used public transport.
14-year-old Melissa Bowles from Swindon has not been seen since she went missing from the Bala Leisure Centre in North Wales last Thursday.
She may have been spotted in Swindon town centre and the Parks area in the last few days.
The teenager was least seen wearing a purple hooded top and baggy black and white trousers, and carrying a multi-coloured backpack.
Anyone with any information should contact Wiltshire Police on 101, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous,