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Mr Stewart has also written to the Department for Work and Pensions and the local job centres, to look at specific cases of delayed benefits following a visit to Salvation Army Hall in Penrith, where he saw a food bank and other activities. He said: “It is extremely sad that anyone at all should feel the need to access a food bank, but I continue to believe that we need to understand the problem of food bank use at a local level in local contexts. If anyone remains concerned about this, I would strongly encourage them to get in touch and help me understand the issue better “. Mr Stewart believes Government support could result from the district using the latest technologies. He said: “Eden Council have had an incredibly difficult task in hand. I continue to believe however that smart technology remains the key to helping solve this. The 26 year old from Penrith has not been seen leaving a works party at the

Inn on the Lake at Glenridding, near Ullswater. The search for him is being scaled down but Inspector David Willetts said: “We continue to appeal for anyone to with any information to get in contact.” Thomas is described as approximately 5 ft 11 inches with a slim build and short brown hair which is receding at the front. He was last seen wearing blue denim trousers, a long sleeved white shirt and brown shoes. Anyone with any information can contact police on 101.

A Silver Shogun, registration RV05 FGO was stolen from the Routhwaite area on Monday between 11:30 11:45am. It was found at 1pm, on the same day, on its roof in a field between Appleby and Soulby following a crash. A 17 year old man with short black hair, slim build, around 5ft 8 inches wearing a red top was seen near to where the vehicle was stolen and police believe there may be a connection between him and the crime. Anyone with any information has been asked to call police on 101.

A missing woman from Kewsick has been urged to get in touch with her family or police. Elizabeth Fisher, 69, was last seen travelling from Lamplugh to her home in Keswick at 9am yesterday and has not been seen or heard of since. Family say this is out of character She is described as 5ft tall, with shoulder length light brown hair, slim build wearing glasses. She was last seen wearing grey trousers, a brown coat and a white scarf and driving a grey VW Polo (PX08 XFL). Anyone who has seen her or has any information can contact police on 101.
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