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A man has been arrested after a serious car crash in Loftus on Sunday;

Cleveland Police have received several reports of vehicles being entered overnight in Redcar;

...and East Cleveland is getting its very own cycling race that takes place this Sunday.

A man has been arrested after a serious car crash in Loftus on Sunday.

The crash took place when a Renault Scenic hit a Clio, causing it to veer off the road and into the front of a jewellers’ shop.

The female driver of the Clio was taken to hospital with a broken wrist and a sprained ankle.

A passenger in the Scenic was also taken to hospital after he suffered a broken leg.

Now a 29-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them on non-emergency number 101.

 

Cleveland Police have received several reports of vehicles being entered overnight in Redcar.

They were on Borough Road, Castle Road and Cormorant Drive on the Ings Estate.

Police have said the majority of these crimes are committed by opportunists who wander about trying car door handles.

The CCTV released last week of a man trying car door handles on the Mickledales only backs this up.

Police are warning residents to take a few extra seconds to make sure all doors are locked and there are no valuables on show.

 

East Cleveland is getting its very own cycling race that takes place this Sunday.

The East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix will see 140 elite cyclists from across the country getting in the saddle.

The race will start and finish in Guisborough and will take riders through Saltburn, Easington, Loftus and Brotton.

Residents are being encouraged to decorate their houses in yellow and green to show their support.

The race begins and 12pm and is expected to end around 3pm on Sunday the second of April.


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