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Police are appealing for information on two men they want to speak to in connection to a fatal collision in Eston;

There’s still time for people to sign up to try and break the world record in waltzing in Saltburn next week;

...and police have released CCTV footage to appeal for witnesses after the tyres of a car were slashed in Redcar.

 

 

Police are appealing for information on two men they want to speak to in connection to a fatal collision in Eston.

85-year-old John Truscott passed away last month following the collision with a motorbike ten days earlier.

Police would like to identify the two men in photos posted to their social media pages.

They believe the men could assist with the investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Sergeant Darren Breslin on 101.

 

There’s still time for people to sign up to try and break the world record in waltzing in Saltburn next week.

Age UK Teesside is hoping to break the record by dancing their way along Saltburn pier and promenade on Friday the 19th of May.

The record is currently held by Bosnia who managed to get one thousand five hundred and ten couples waltzing in 2007.

The event has been organised to celebrate "loving later life" and to raise awareness of the loneliness elderly people face.

It begins at two o'clock with activities taking place in Saltburn Valley Gardens from ten.

 

And police have released CCTV footage to appeal for witnesses after the tyres of a car were slashed in Redcar.

It happened at quarter to one in the morning of the 30th of April when a man stabbed one of the tyres on the silver Nissan.

Other vehicles were damaged around the same time in the area of Canterbury Road and officers believe the same man could be responsible.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Malcolm Philpott on the non-emergency number 101.


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