The family of Derek Morris, known as DJ Derek, have begun a poster campaign across Bristol in the efforts to find him.
The 73-year-old former DJ has now been missing for 17 days. He was last seen at Bristol's Commercial Rooms.
Police in Bristol are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a teenager who has gone missing.
14-year-old Maisie Moran was last seen in St Werburghs just before 10pm on Saturday night, 25 July. It's thought she was heading to a park nearby.
Police are urging her friends to come forward if they've received any texts or phone calls.
The family of missing "DJ Derek" have told ITV News that they're expecting the worst - after no new sightings.
It follows a huge online campaign to find the popular 73 year-old.
His disappearance was reported to police on Thursday - but he was last seen over three weeks a go.
Derek is well known across Bristol and is due to play a set at Queen Square in September.
Police are searching for a well-known Bristol DJ who has not been seen for more than three weeks.
Derek Morris - known as DJ Derek - was officially reported missing by his family last night.
Derek is a high-profile figure in the city, having played hundreds of gigs over the years.
His niece Jennifer, has sparked a huge online appeal for information on her uncle's whereabouts - after she posted on Facebook and Twitter.
Bristol's legendary DJ Derek has been missing for three weeks.
His family have taken to facebook and twitter to appeal for help in finding him.
73 year old Derek Morris is regarded as an icon by many in the music industry including Dizzee Rascal and Massive Attack.
The reggae, ska and dancehall DJ is due to play a set at the Arcadia event in Queen Square in September.
George Ferguson - the Mayor of Bristol - has also joined attempts to spread the word about his disappearance, responding to a tweet from Derek's niece.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a 13-year-old boy who's been missing for more than a week.
Jack Parfitt was last seen at his home in Bittern Avenue in Gloucester on Saturday 20 June. He had gone out to play with a friend but never returned home.
He may be in Swindon as he has friends and family there.
The search has been called off for a diver from Somerset who has gone missing off the coast of Dorset.
The diver, who's believed to be in his fifties and from Taunton, went missing on Sunday (May 24th). It's thought he was a member of a diving club in Bristol.
Despite a major search across a ten-mile area after a call to the UK Coastguard from the boat 'Emma J', the man hasn’t been found.
This hasn’t been an easy decision to make. This man is still missing and we appreciate the concern and worry this is causing his family and friends.
We used many resources to make an extensive search of an area covering 10 square nautical miles. The search and rescue helicopter from Portland and then from Lee-on-Solent carried out a comprehensive search from the air and the lifeboats from Poole and Swanage did an equally thorough job on the sea.
In the absence of any further information we have decided not to resume the search. The family has been informed of this decision.
Police were called to reports of a missing diver on the evening of Sunday 24 May 2015 in the Swanage area.
Police attended and the Coastguard undertook a search but the diver, Andrew Moll, 53 and from Somerset, has not been located.
Mr Molls next of kin have been informed and police are making enquiries surrounding the incident.
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,
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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.