Police released an update on a pensioner who went missing more than a week ago from Oldham.

Ronald Webster, or Ronnie, left his address on Walkers Road on the afternoon of September 14.

Previously, police said he was seen on a bus from Oldham bus station to Huddersfield bus station.

Yesterday, they released an update in which they said he was seen at Huddersfield train station a short time before 4pm.

Officers trying to piece together where Mr Webster might have travelled are aware he has links to Bridlington in East Yorkshire, as well as Scarborough and Whitby in North Yorkshire, but they are conscious he might have travelled elsewhere too.

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A post on social media said they are working with officers from other forces to ensure everyone is on the lookout for him.

The post on social media said: "Whilst officers are continuing to review CCTV from locations of significance, they are also working with colleagues from other forces to ensure everyone is on the lookout for [Mr Webster] so we can help him return to his family safe and well."

Mr Webster is described as around five foot tall and bald but with grey hair on the sides.

Anyone with information can contact police on 101 or the LiveChat on gmp.police.uk.

This article was written by Jack Tooth. To contact him, email jack.tooth@newsquest.co.uk or follow @JTRTooth on Twitter.