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Police appeal to find missing Plymouth man

Gareth Lake is missing from Plymouth. Credit: Devon & Cornwall Police

Police are appealing for help to find a man who they believe has gone missing from Plymouth.

35-year-old Gareth Lake is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, with short hair and was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt and grey trousers.

Police are asking anyone who sees him to make them aware by calling 101 and quoting reference 29.

Teenage mum and baby found safe and well

Alyssa Price and her baby son have been found this evening. Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police

Police say a 17-year-old girl who was missing from Estover in Plymouth with her baby son is safe and well.

Alyssa Price disappeared on Sunday evening, 9 April 2017 but officers say she and her five-month-old boy, were found in Plymouth at 7.20pm this evening.

The police would like to thank the public for their help in trying to find her.

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Police concerned for 'vulnerable' missing woman from Cheltenham

Credit: Gloucestershire Police

Police in Cheltenham say they are concerned for the welfare of a missing woman.

23-year-old Heidi Slender was reported missing from her home in the Vittoria Walk area on Monday 3 April.

Although she was seen on Wednesday night (5 April) in Pitman Street, officers are still concerned for her welfare.

Heidi is considered vulnerable and officers want Heidi to make contact via 101 to let police know she is okay.

Description

  • 5ft 5ins tall
  • slim build
  • shoulder length dark brown curly hair
  • has a number of tattoos, including three stars on her neck

Anyone who knows where she is or spots Heidi is asked to call 101.

Police 'concerned' for missing 15 year old boy

Have you seen Steven Carr? Credit: St Austell Police/ Facebook

Police are asking for the public's help to find a teenager from Cornwall who's been missing for over a week.

15-year-old Steven Carr has gone missing from St Austell but has links with Bodmin and Plymouth.

Police are pro-actively investigating in order to confirm the safety of Steven, as they are concerned for his welfare.

– St Austell Police

Steven was last seen wearing grey jogging bottoms, a black Superdry jacket and Nike trainers. If you know where he is then please call police on 101.

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Have you seen Hazel and Bertie?

Hazel was last seen at 1pm on Tuesday 4 April with her black poodle, Bertie. Credit: Gloucestershire Police

Concerns are growing over a missing Minchinhampton woman.

Hazel Denham was last seen yesterday afternoon in the Tynings area with her dog, Bertie. She said she was going to walk Bertie on the common.

The 71-year-old suffers from problems with her memory and is considered vulnerable.

Hazel is white, 5ft 6ins tall and with short red hair. She was wearing a blue or black bomber jacket and brown walking shoes.

Bertie is a black poodle, who has a red collar and was being walked on a red lead.

Police are urging anyone with information to get in touch.

Police 'increasingly concerned' for missing woman from Axminster

Have you seen Karen Wyatt? Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police

Police say they're growing increasingly concerned about a woman whose gone missing from Axminster.

Karen Wyatt was last seen at around 10am yesterday (23rd March). She is believed to be driving a Blue Toyota HiLux registration YF02XHF.

Police are asking for the public to immediately call in any sightings or information that could help police locate her.

Anyone who has seen Karen or knows of her whereabouts is asked to call 999.

Police recover body of man from Bristol river

Abdulkadir Mahamoud went missing on 24th February Credit: Avon & Somerset Police

Police searching for a man from Bristol, who has been missing for three weeks, have found a body.

Abdulkadir Mahamoud from Easton went missing on 24th February. This afternoon an underwater police dive team recovered the body of a man from the river off Hotwell Road in Bristol.

His family have been informed. Formal identification is yet to take place but police say they believe it is Mr Mahamoud

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