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Police are appealing for two men to come forward after someone told police they were racially abused on a bus;

A mum is warning parents after a man allegedly flashed her daughter in an Eston alley;

...and paving work will be carried out from next week in Skelton High Street as part of a project to improve the area.

 

 

Police are appealing for two men to come forward after someone told police they were racially abused on a bus.

A member of the republic reported that they were abused by another passenger at around half six on Wednesday evening on the 63 bus from Middlesbrough to Redcar.

The two men were described as being of Asian appearance and they got off the bus immediately at Stewart Park.

The person who abused them is described as an older man with white hair and was wearing a blue checked shirt, a blue body warmer and yellow trousers.

Now police are asking for any witnesses to come forward by contacting them on 101.

 

A mum is warning parents after a man allegedly flashed her daughter in an Eston alley.

In a post on Facebook she said her daughter was walking home when a man exposed himself in an alleyway near the Beacon pub and allotments.

The man is described as being tanned and muscular with a sleeve tattoo.

He was wearing dark shorts, a blue T-shirt and white trainers.

Now she's warning parents to be wary of their children going down the Eston alley.

The incident has been reported to the police and anyone with information can get in touch with them on non-emergency number 101.

 

Paving work will be carried out from next week in Skelton High Street as part of a project to improve the area.

The Skelton Townscape Heritage Project is trying to restore the historic nature of the area.

Work on re-laying pavements begins on Wednesday and is expected to last for ten weeks.

No temporary signals are being used and pedestrian crossings will stay in place throughout.

Residents are asked to be careful where they park due to construction.


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