06 Aug GY Today 6th August 2018
Missing 12 year old Boy has been found
Police have found a 12-year-old boy missing from Great Yarmouth.
Dylan Blower was last seen at home on Gordon Road around 3.15pm on Sunday 5th August. He’s been found safe and well.
Social media appeals after a 12 year-old boy goes missing
Norfolk Police have also put out an appeal on Twitter for the 12-year-old.
It posted: “Police are concerned for the welfare of a 12 yr old, Dylan Blower, who is #Missing since leaving his home address in the #Yarmouth area.
“He was last seen wearing blue t-shirt with yellow writing, blue jeans and black trainers.”
He is 5ft 8inches with dark brown hair
Members of the public , Police officers , family members and the Lowestoft and Gorleston Coastguard and lowland search and rescue teams are searching for the 12-year-old.
Anyone who sees Dylan should call Norfolk Police on 101 and quote CAD 456.
Volunteers have organised a day-long search for a missing veteran who suffers from PTSD.
David Dyer was last seen at home in Blundeston.
Volunteers are meeting in the Toby Carvery Captain Manby car park in Gorleston at 10am today (Monday, August 6) before heading on to locations in Lound and Blundeston.
The search is being headed up by Luke Woodley, chief executive of The Walnut Tree Health and Wellbeing Centre.
Mr Dyer is described as being white, 54-years-old, 5ft 8ins tall, slim build, short mousy hair.
He was last seen wearing a grey or black top, rolled up jogging bottoms and rigger/builder boots.
Anyone who has seen David or has any information regarding his whereabouts should contact Suffolk police on 101 quoting incident reference 419 of 4 August 2018.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service has opened an application process for roles today, and plans to keep them open for three weeks.
This came after Taster sessions around the county, saw more than 260 people attend in Norwich, King’s Lynn and Gorleston to practice drills, written tests and fitness requirements.
Margaret Dewsbury, chairman of Norfolk County Council’s communities committee, said: “The work of the modern firefighter is very demanding and varied, as we have seen from the weather pressures in recent weeks which have seen our firefighters rise to the challenge of a huge increase in open fires as well as their continued attendance at day to day incidents.
“This latest application process shows our continued investment in recruiting the best candidates to the service and making it representative of the communities it serves.
Parts of Norfolk are set to experience some of the hottest temperatures in the country this week.
Temperatures could soar even higher, with highs of 33C (89.6F) possible on Tuesday.
And North Norfolk is predicted to experience the hottest of the UK’s conditions.
England and Wales are to stay generally dry and warmer, with the exception of possible thunderstorms across the south east on Tuesday.
England’s current August record – 38.5C (101.3F) reached in Faversham, Kent, in 2003.
British holiday-makers abroad are being warned to avoid spending time in the sun during the hottest part of the day and to keep hydrated.