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Dog walker goes missing near Bristol

Joanna Eyles and her dog went missing this morning Credit: Avon & Somerset Police

Police are very concerned for the welfare a woman who has gone missing with her dog.

49-year-old Joanna Eyles was last seen at 7 o'clock this morning when she left her home in Sea Mills to walk her pet bull mastiff.

She has been known to take him as far as Yatton.

Officers are asking for people to look out for her as it is getting dark.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at Southmead on 101, quoting reference 5216135759.

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Missing Vasco Macedo found safe and well

Missing Vasco Macedo from Chard has been found safe and well.

Vasco went missing on the night of 26 May - police were very concerned about him as he has learning difficulties and is described as "vulnerable".

We would like to thank the public and media during the search for Vasco, who has been reunited with his family.

– Avon and Somerset Police

Fears grow for missing Connor Jarvis

Connor went missing in Marrakech last month Credit: Family

Police are renewing their appeal for any information regarding missing Bath teenager Connor Jarvis.

Connor, 19, was due to return from a solo trip to Marrakech on 28 May but was not on board his flight.

People are being asked to share this appeal in the hope that Connor sees it and contacts his family, friends or police to say he is safe and well.

  • Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting Operation Highlighter
  • Connor's family have also set up a dedicated contact line 07802 875085

We are missing Connor so much and every day which passes makes us more and more anxious.

We are doing all we can to try to locate him but at the moment we have had no sightings of him

– John and Sian Jarvis, Connor's parents

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Police concerned for 'vulnerable' woman who went missing after being dropped off outside family home

Have you seen Kerry Rowe? Credit: Gloucestershire Police

Police say they are worried for the safety of a woman who's missing in Cheltenham.

Kerry Rowe was last seen at 6:30pm on Monday 16 May - on Fairfield Road. She'd been dropped off outside a family home but didn't go into the house and hasn't been seen since.

It's believed Kerry may be in a vulnerable condition at the moment and her disappearance is out of character.

Officers are urging Kerry or anyone who knows where Kerry is to make contact.

Kerry is sometimes nervous speaking to people so if you do find her please stay with her until we arrive.

– Gloucestershire Police
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