Police are trying to trace a man from Torquay who's been missing since Saturday night.
39-year-old David Cauldwell, has not been seen since leaving the Artful Dodger pub in Torquay at around midnight on Saturday 21 May.
It is thought he may have travelled to a rave at Haldon Forest but no one appears to have seen him there.
As time goes on we are becoming more concerned for David’s safety. There is no indication that he has been a victim of crime but with no sightings of him and this being so out of character we really want to hear from anyone who has seen or spoken to David or perhaps has given him a lift somewhere.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of 60-year-old man who has been reported missing in St Austell.
Allen Harris has no fixed address and is a regular visitor to the food bank as well as the Community Kitchen in St Austell. He was reported missing after he failed to collect his food parcel from St Austell Foodbank.
- thin build
- last seen wearing a green and red jacket, blue jeans
- carrying a back pack with a sleeping bag in it
Police say Allen walks everywhere and often covers great distances so may be seen walking along the side of main roads.
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A schoolgirl who went missing in Thailand has been found safe and well.
Zara Miles had travelled to Thailand with her father without permission in November 2015. Devon & Cornwall Police worked with local authorities to find the missing 12 year old, who is from Devon.
Zara was found two weeks ago and discussions are ongoing with authorities in Thailand about her welfare.
A 41-year-old man who caused grave concern when he went missing from his Weymouth home this afternoon, 17 March, has been traced.
Ricky Cleverley has been found safe and well this evening near Bridport.
Dorset Police have thanked everyone for their help in the search for him.
A man's body has been discovered in the sea at Weymouth Harbour.
Officers and the RNLI attended the scene at 8.40am this morning.
The discovery is near to where missing Louis Harris was last seen, but no formal identification has taken place. The Dorchester teenager was last seen on a night out with friends in Weymouth on Valentine's Day.
Police say they're not treating the incident as suspicious.
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Officers have conducted a number of searches around Weymouth town centre, harbour and seafront over the past week in the search for missing Louis Harris.
Divers have also carried out underwater searches in Weymouth harbour which ended last week.
CCTV analysis reveals that Louis was last seen making his way along the quayside past the Harbour Master’s office toward the town bridge at 4.30am.
Police remain extremely concerned for Louis’ welfare and continue to urge anyone with information as to Louis’ whereabouts to contact Dorset Police.