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Officers from Cleveland Police are appealing for information after three garages were broken into and another one was victim to an attempted burglary in the Coulby Newham area of Middlesbrough;

Police are appealing for witnesses after a crash in Normanby;

...and a piece of history that was given to Middlesbrough four decades ago has been loaned back to the donors for their annual conference.

 

Officers from Cleveland Police are appealing for information after three garages were broken into and another one was victim to an attempted burglary in the Coulby Newham area of Middlesbrough.

The incidents occurred overnight from Saturday 9th to Sunday 10th September to various garages on Hawthorn Crescent, St Cuthbert’s Avenue and Birchwood Road.

Items stolen from the garages includes a Voodoo Bantu mountain bike, a 40” Toshiba television, an antique trumpet and various power tools including a Bosh multicutter and a DeWalt SDS hammer drill.

Any who may have been offered the items for sale or anyone with information is asked to contact PC Becky Alderson on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police are appealing for witnesses after a crash in Normanby.

A silver Kia Soul and a black Vauxhall Zafira collided on West Street prior to the junction with Hollywalk Avenue on Friday 8th September at 1pm.

As a result of the collision, the 59-year-old driver of the Kia was taken to James Cook University hospital where he was treated for a hip injury.

Three passengers from the Vauxhall were also taken to James Cook University Hospital, a 4-year-old girl was kept in overnight for observation, a 6-year-old boy received treatment for bruising and swelling to the face and a 9-year-old boy received treatment for a cut to his head.

The 35-year-old driver of the Vauxhall was arrested on suspicion of driving without due care and attention and has been released under investigation.

Any witnesses or members of the public who approached the scene at the time of the incident are asked to contact PC Ian Largan from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101.

 

A piece of history that was given to Middlesbrough four decades ago has been loaned back to the donors for their annual conference.

A silver cutter boat will take pride of place at the UK Maritime Pilots’ Association conference, which this year is being held in Middlesbrough at Jury’s Inn.

The piece was given in 1976 when the organisation’s held a conference in the town. It was presented to then Civic Mayor Norman Goldie who was also made an honorary Tees Bay Pilot.

For the latest conference in Middlesbrough, current Elected Mayor Dave Budd was invited as guest of honour.


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