Zetland FM Local News - 12th July 2017
Police are on the hunt for two women they'd like to speak to in connection with a robbery at a bus stop in South Bank;
After four incidents over the weekend, Redcar Coastguard Rescue are making it clear that they won't rescue cars trapped in the sea;
...and around 40 new jobs are up for grabs at the MGT renewable energy plant.
Police are on the hunt for two women they'd like to speak to in connection with a robbery at a bus stop in South Bank.
It happened at three o'clock on the 16th of June on Middlesbrough Road.
A 51-year-old woman was approached by two women who grabbed the purse from her handbag and ran off towards the Asda underpass.
Although she wasn't injured she has been left frightened.
One woman is described as white, around five foot six tall, of thin build and in her mid-thirties with dark hair.
The second is a white woman of slim build with mousey brown hair and she was wearing white trousers.
Anyone with information is asked to call Cleveland Police on 101.
After four incidents over the weekend, Redcar Coastguard Rescue are making it clear that they won't rescue cars trapped in the sea.
Over the weekend Redcar Coastguard Rescue were called out to four separate incidents of cars stuck in the sea.
Yesterday we reported that a silver Vauxhall with waves washing over the bonnet had be rescued after parking on the beach.
Now it's become clear that there were three other similar incidents, all in Saltburn within 24 hours.
The Coastguard are warning people not to park on the beach because they can't recover trapped cars with their rescue vehicles.
Around 40 new jobs are up for grabs at the MGT renewable energy plant.
Up to 40 semi-skilled and unskilled workers are needed in the coming weeks to build a boiler at Teesport.
Jobseekers can apply for the roles through a recruitment and training hub started by the council.
Through the training hub in Grangetown, applicants can get help applying for the positions and a chance to train for future employment at the plant.