Police looking for Louis Harris have concluded their underwater search of Weymouth Harbour.
The 18-year-old was last seen on the Dorset seafront four days ago.
There are no plans for any further underwater searches unless new information comes to light.
We will continue to carry out other lines of enquiry. 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.
The disappearance of Louis Harris is out of character - according to family and friends - who've joined officers in searching for him.
Family and friends have joined officers searching for a missing 18-year-old. Louis Harris was last seen on Weymouth pier four days ago.Read the full story ›
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a man from Dorchester who's been missing since Sunday 14 February.
18 year old Louis Harris was last since in the early hours when he was on Weymouth beach near to the Pavilion. He was walking up the steps towards the pier at 4:20am.
- about five feet ten inches tall
- slim build
- last seen wearing a blue and white zipped hooded Lacoste top, a mainly white Fat Face checked shirt with a blue and red checked pattern, blue jeans and Vans shoes.
We are becoming increasingly concerned for Louis’ welfare as this behaviour is described as totally out of character for him.
He normally has good and regular contact with his family but they have not heard from him since he has gone missing and have not been able to contact him."
Anyone with information is asked to contact Dorset Police
Police in Dorset say they're worried about a teenager from Dorchester who went missing early yesterday. Louis Harris, 18, was last seen on Weymouth beach walking up steps towards the pier.
Louis is said to be 5ft 10ins tall and of slim build. He was last seen wearing a blue and white zipped hooded Lacoste top, a mainly white Fat Face checked shirt with a blue and red checked pattern, blue jeans and Vans shoes.
“We are becoming increasingly concerned for Louis’ welfare as this behaviour is described as totally out of character for him.
“He normally has good and regular contact with his family but they have not heard from him since he has gone missing and have not been able to contact him."
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A man has been charged with the murder of a 23-year-old man in Weymouth.
Police called to a flat in Bath Street on Sunday 8 November found the body of Abdal Rahman Al-Rabia. He died from a single stab wound to his chest.
43-year-old Nicholas Price, who's from Weymouth, has been charged with Mr Al-Rabia's murder and the attempted murder of a 20-year-old local man.
He is due before magistrates tomorrow, Friday 13 November.
After investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident we have consulted with the Crown Prosecution Service who has authorised the charge of murder.
Specially-trained family liaison officers have informed Abdal Rahman’s family about the development and are being supported at this difficult time.
This is an ongoing investigation and we are still appealing for any witness or anyone with information about this incident to please contact Dorset Police on 101.
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The tower has a green 'stem', and a red gondola represents the flower, creating a 173ft tribute to Dorset’s veterans on Armistice Day.
Courtesy: Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park