Zetland FM Local News - 10th February 2017
A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Friday 10th February 2017.
Cleveland Police are reminding residents to be vigilant after they received 229 reports of thefts from cars just last month.
They state that 44 of the thefts were because the vehicles weren't secure.
The most common items stolen include Sat Navs, mobile phones, vehicle documents and credit cards.
They are asking residents to be more wary of leaving items in cars and leaving cars insecure.
Over Winter the police are reminding people to not leave their car unattended while they wait for it to defrost.
But they're also advising residents to get security devices fitted to cars and leaving cars in well-lit and supervised areas when parking away from home.
Cleveland Police are holding a pop-up shop today in Redcar to help keep residents safe.
People can sign up to Cleveland Connected to keep up-to-date on crime and anti-social behaviour in the area.
Working alongside the Neighbourhood Watch scheme, Cleveland Connected sends regular email updates.
Anyone hoping to sign up must therefore have a current email account.
The pop-up shop takes place today at four o’clock at Redcar Leisure Centre.
Guisborough's Summer Sounds has revealed the bands that'll be taking to the stage over the two day music festival.
Friday the 28th of July will be a 70s and 80s retro party while Saturday the 29th of July is dedicated to rock and pop legends.
Headlining the Friday is Craig Harrison, one of the UK's most well-known Michael Jackson tributes.
In the lead up to him are tributes to Madonna, the Blues Brothers and Elvis as well as local band Big Sigh and the Yawns.
And headlining the rock and pop legends night on the Saturday are The Bohemians - a tribute to Queen who tour the world.
The Saturday night will be hosted by Zetland FM's very own Nick Wright.
The day will see tributes to Robbie Williams, Pink, The Beautiful South and The Killers as well as local band Last Anthem.