Police searching for a missing woman from Swindon have found a body in a canal in Gloucester. The body was found yesterday (Thursday 14 May) near Kaskelot Way in the Monkmill Dock area.
While formal identification has not yet taken place, police have informed Julie's next of kin and the coroner. The death is not being treated as suspicious.
Julie, who was 55 and from Hamble Road in Swindon, was last seen at her home address on Tuesday 5 May. Her red Ford Ka was later found parked in Tuffley Crescent, in Gloucester,
Two more women from the West Country are confirmed missing after Nepal earthquake.
Norah Arscott, 77, from Somerset and Susannah Ross, 20, from Bath are on a list compiled by The International Committee of the Red Cross of people who are still missing or who have now been found safe.
Wiltshire Police have confirmed that 18-year-old Amber Livings, who was reported as missing from Trowbridge, has now been found safe and well.
They want to thank everyone who assisted with the appeal.
Police in Wiltshire are looking for a teenage girl who has been missing since Monday evening, 16 February.
18-year-old Amber Livings was last seen near the Black Horse pub in Trowbridge. She does not have any possessions with her, or her mobile phone, or any way of accessing her money and her family are very worried.
Amber is is 5 ft 3 ins tall, and was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and a blue and black bobble hat. She was carrying a small black backpack.
Anyone with information should contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A 25-year-old who was reported missing from the Clifton area of Bristol has been found safe and well.
Leyla Carter was found in Bristol this evening.
The family of a young woman who has gone missing from Bristol say they don't know why they had waited so long to raise the alarm.
Leyla Carter was last seen on January 29th, her family alerted the police on Wednesday.
Officers said that Leyla was unemployed and lived with her family in Clifton. She has not gone missing before.
Police have launched a "high level" search for a young woman from Bristol who has been missing for a week.
25-year-old Leyla Carter left her home in Clifton to stay with a friend in the Fishponds area of the city on January 29th. She failed to arrive and has not been seen since.
Avon and Somerset Police said she had been classed as a high level missing person as she has not disappeared before and this is out of character for her. Officers say they are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare.
A teenager who was last seen buying a train ticket from Paddington to Bath has now been missing for two weeks.
17-year-old Ryan Ranson from Devon was seen on CCTV at the station on Friday 23 January. He went missing after failing to show up to work in Plymouth. His parents say he is not in trouble and they just want him home.
Hannah Francis, who was reported missing from the Stoke Bishop area of Bristol, has been found safe and well.
The 64-year-old was last seen at her home on Monday and there were concerns over her mental health.
Police have thanked the public for their help.
Police are increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 64-year-old woman who has gone missing from her home in Bristol.
Hannah Francis was last seen at her home in Stoke Bishop at about 3.30pm on Monday 26 January. She was wearing a cream-coloured jumper with a dark blue horizontal pattern on the front, navy blue trousers, knee-length boots and glasses, and was carrying a small light blue rucksack.
Officers say they are particularly worried as she has some mental health issues.