A 24-year-old man arrested on suspicion of abduction remains a person of interest, Humberside Police have said
'Everyone wants to know where Libby is' - Police
Police have thanked local residents in Hull for supporting their search for missing student Libby Squire, saying: "Everyone wants to know where Libby is."
Ms Squire, 21, disappeared after going for a night out with friends in Hull two weeks ago today.
Police say they're working "around the clock" to try and find her.
At a media briefing today, the force said so far "wide-ranging" searches have taken place involving underwater teams, dog handling units and helicopters.
The support from the public and businesses in Hull has been "overwhelming", police said.
Det Supt Martin Smalley said: "My thanks go out to everyone who has been involved and who has provided help or assistance.
"When and where we are able to, we will provide updates as we fully understand this case has captured the hearts of people not just in the city of Hull, but across the country. Everyone wants to know where Libby is."
Speeding motorists warned after cows killed in Beverley
Motorists are being warned about speeding in part of Beverley after several grazing cows were killed or seriously injured.
An MP has told drivers to watch their speed on The Westwood, where there is "open grazing land for cattle, completely unfenced, so cattle can wander at will, including over the roads".
Graham Stuart, the Conservative MP for Beverley and Holderness, issued the warning after hearing concerns from the Pasture Masters, who look after the site where a number of cows have been killed "over the years".
Mr Stuart said: "Very sadly, a number of cattle have been killed or seriously injured as a result of being hit by cars and, potentially, car drivers and passengers are at risk of injury or even death if they are involved in a collision with cattle."
The Pasture Masters plan to ask the local council to reduce the speed limit in the area from 40mph to 30mph.
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Missing Libby Squire 'may have come to harm' - Police
Missing Hull University student Libby Squire "may have come to some harm", police have said as they released new images of clothes similar to ones the 21-year-old was wearing on the night she disappeared.
Ms Squire vanished following a night out in Hull on 31 January.
Det Supt Martin Smalley said: "While we do continue to be hopeful and we will always keep an open mind, Libby has been missing for 14 days now and we sadly have to consider she may have come to some harm.
"We are continuing to support Libby’s family through this incredibly difficult and distressing time.
"They are understandably distraught not knowing where their daughter and loved one is, and we will endeavour to give them the answers they desperately need."
Humberside Police have now recreated the outfit Ms Squire was wearing when she was last seen, consisting of a black denim skirt and faux leather jacket with a pair of distinctive trainers:
Row over removal of Hull bus stop bench
It's claimed that council workers have removed a bench which had been placed on a Hull street for pensioners to sit on while waiting for a bus.
Chris Dias paid for the bench, at the corner of Westbourne Avenue and Chanterlands Avenue, and got a local graffiti artist to decorate it.
Mr Dias says it was in place for three or four days before council workers removed it and said they'd claimed it could cause anti-social behaviour.
Hull City Council has been asked for comment.
Children smash bus windows in East Yorkshire village
A group of children, some as young as 12-years-old, have smashed windows on two buses in an East Yorkshire village.
The boys, believed to be 12 or 13 and dressed in black clothing, damaged the vehicles as they passed along Ark Royal in Bilton last night.
Humberside Police are looking for four or five boys, who targeted buses at about 19:30 and again at 20:00 before fleeing the scene.
Ch Insp Paul Butler: "If this group think it’s a game to throw stones and other things at buses or any moving vehicle then they’ve got it wrong."