Missing Pamela Jackson: Police search town's nature reserve

Missing person poster of Pamela Jackson Hundreds of missing person posters have been distributed across the town

Police searching for missing Pamela Jackson have extended their search to railway lines and a nature reserve in Chester-le-Street.

Pamela Jackson was last seen at her home in The Crescent, Chester-le-Street, on 2 March.

Her partner, Adrian Muir, 50, of Calder Terrace, Halifax, has been charged with murder.

Durham Police said a specialist team was also searching the town's viaduct and embankments.

The 55-year-old mother of three was reported missing on Thursday after one of her sons became concerned.

Ch Insp Elaine Taylor said: "Even though a man has been charged with her murder, Pamela is still classed as a high-risk missing person.

"We owe it to her family to do all we can to locate her, or find clues as to where she might have gone."

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