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A man has been charged after fighting broke out at the Riverside Stadium at Saturday's match;

Police are still urging drivers to check their dash cams after a bank raid in Eston;

...and a Redcar vets is warning dog owners to be careful after a sheepdog was injured by a jellyfish.

 

A man has been charged after fighting broke out at the Riverside Stadium at Saturday's match against Sheffield United.

The disorder began just before the final whistle after a pitch invasion by some away fans.

The violence continued outside the ground in the car park, where more than 200 people joined in.

A ten-year-old child and a police officer were injured but are now both recovering.

Now a 47-year-old man from Sheffield has been charged with a public order offence and will appear in court next month.

 

Police are still urging drivers to check their dash cams after a bank raid in Eston.

Police were called on Tuesday morning after a white Ford Kuga drove into the front of Yorkshire Bank.

Men stole tens of thousands of pounds in cash boxes before driving away.

The car was thought to be using false number plates and was later found burnt out in South Lackenby.

There the thieves changed into a dark coloured BMW before driving off.

Anyone who witnessed the event or anyone with dash cam footage is asked to call police on 101.

 

And a Redcar vets is warning dog owners to be careful after a sheepdog was injured by a jellyfish.

The dog was stung after licking a jellyfish while walking on the beach.

She was quickly taken to the vets and treated for her reaction.

Now the vets is trying to raise awareness about the dangers of dogs being stung.

They're asking owners to be extra careful when walking by the sea.


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