Zetland FM Local News - 14th October 2017
Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a 57-year-old woman was robbed at a cash machine at Tesco Express on Marton Road in Grove Hill in Middlesbrough;
Officers are appealing for information after a black Volkswagen Golf and a gold jaguar collided on the A174 Parkway sliproad from the A19 South;
...and Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council have agreed an ambitious new plan for the borough.
Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a 57-year-old woman was robbed at a cash machine at Tesco Express on Marton Road in Grove Hill in Middlesbrough.
The incident occurred last Friday at around 8:45pm when a man crouched down near to the cash machine and waited for the victim to dispense money from machine.
Once she had, he grabbed some of the money but didn’t manage to grab it all.
The man then grabbed the victim by the neck and threw her out of the way and took the rest of the money from the cash point and made off from the scene.
It is believed at the time of the attack a woman with a dog helped the victim and officers would like this woman to come forward as she may be able to assist with enquiries.
The man responsible is described as being a white male, around 5 ft 5” tall and of skinny build and he was wearing a black jacket with a grey hooded top underneath and a white balaclava.
Following the incident, the victim received facial injuries.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect or the female dog walker is asked to contact DC John Dodsworth on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Officers are appealing for information after a black Volkswagen Golf and a gold jaguar collided on the A174 Parkway sliproad from the A19 South.
The incident occurred last Friday, the 6th October at 6:35pm.
The drivers and passengers of the vehicles received minor injuries.
It is believed a white Alfa Romeo might have been involved in the collision but they left before police arrival.
Officers would like the driver of this vehicle to come forward as they may be able to assist with enquiries.
Anyone who was in the area at the time and who witnessed the collision is asked to contact the investigating officer PC Mark Pearson of the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit via the 101 number.
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council have agreed an ambitious new plan for the borough.
The plan, which is titled ‘Our Flourishing Future’ sets out the priority areas that the council will concentrate on over the next three years.
Leader of the Council Cllr Sue Jeffrey told Zetland FM that the plan is about setting out a vision for the future to benefit all the residents in our area.
She said that we have a lot to offer as a borough and it is essential that we continue to put in place the building blocks of good health, excellent education and quality jobs to ensure that we can make the most of what we have.
The document sets out nine priority themes that have been agreed as the areas the council will concentrate on for the coming three years.
The plan also list four values that the council aims to keep at the heart of everything that it does.