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Police have released CCTV images of three men that they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary in Redcar;

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen met with the Government’s chief Brexit Minister yesterday, alongside his fellow Northern Powerhouse Mayors;

...and 136 people, including two children, have been found not to be wearing their seatbelts during a week-long crackdown.

 

Police have released CCTV images of three men that they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary in Redcar.

Officers want to speak to the men as they believe they could assist with their enquiries.

The burglary happened on Station Road at around 4.25am on Saturday the 5th August.

The CCTV images can be viewed on the Zetland FM Facebook page.

Anyone with information regarding the identities of the males is asked to contact PC Richard Hawkins from Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen met with the Government’s chief Brexit Minister yesterday, alongside his fellow Northern Powerhouse Mayors.

Mr Houchen and the Mayors of Greater Manchester and the Liverpool City Region met David Davis, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, in York to present the Brexit priorities of Tees Valley and the wider North.

Mr Houchen, who is a passionate supporter of Brexit, was one of the 64% of people in Tees Valley who voted for the UK to leave the EU in last year’s referendum.

Mr Houchen said that by meeting with David Davis he had been able to ask the questions people in Tees Valley want the answers to and raise the concerns about Brexit some people in our area have, while giving him the assurance that we are ready for the opportunities it will bring.

 

136 people, including two children, have been found not to be wearing their seatbelts during a week-long crackdown.

Roads policing officers across Cleveland and Durham supported the national campaign led by TISPOL, the Eurpoean traffic police network, which took place last month.

Legislation states that drivers are responsible for ensuring that suitable safety restraints are worn by all passengers under 14 years old.

Passengers over 14 years are responsible for wearing their own seatbelt and can therefore face prosecution.


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