Mountain rescue teams are helping in the search for a woman who has gone missing in North Yorkshire.
Annie Dryden was last seen on Thursday 4 January, when she boarded a train at 2.09pm at James Cook train station in Middlesbrough and got off at around 2.38pm at Battersby.
Annie, aged 20 and from Middlesbrough, is described as around 5ft 10in tall and of slim build.
She has dark hair with a distinctive blonde fringe and a visible scar above her top lip. She was carrying a green and black backpack when she was last seen.
Police officers and mountain rescue volunteers are searching in the area around Battersby, Ingleby and further afield.
Battersby, North Yorkshire
The police helicopter is also taking part in the search.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: “We are continuing to appeal to local residents in the area to check their sheds and outbuildings, particularly in the Battersby and Ingleby Greenhow area, for any sign that someone has taken shelter.
“The area where Annie was last seen is close to hiking and biking trails and we’re also appealing to the outdoor community who may be out and about this weekend, to please keep an eye out for any sign of Annie and get in touch if you believe you have seen her.”
Anyone with any information should call North Yorkshire Police on 101.
If you have an immediate sighting of Annie or know where she is now, please call 999.
Please quote incident number 12240005550.