Zetland FM Local News - 12th December 2017
Drivers are once again being urged to be prepared before setting out on their journeys this morning;
Police are appealing for information after a property was broken into in Middlesbrough;
...and Cleveland Fire Authority is inviting people to have a say on the future of their fire and rescue service by taking part in a public consultation.
Drivers are once again being urged to be prepared before setting out on their journeys this morning.
The advice comes after the Met Office issued a yellow warning for ice yesterday evening.
Temperatures in our area once again fell below freezing overnight, with gritters on many of the major routes to keep them free from disruption.
The alert is in place until 11 o'clock this morning.
Police are appealing for information after a property was broken into in Middlesbrough.
The incident occurred overnight from Monday 13th November to Tuesday 14th at the property on Cumberland Road.
Three Samsung TVs, an iPad, three iPhones and a large amount of power tools including Dewalt drills and Makita drills were stolen from the property.
Anyone who may have been offered the items for sale or anyone with information is asked to contact PC Paul Mushens on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
Cleveland Fire Authority is inviting people to have a say on the future of their fire and rescue service by taking part in a public consultation.
The public, as well as a wide range of community groups and organisations across Teesside, will be asked for their views on the planned changes within Cleveland Fire Brigade over the next four years.
A draft Community Integrated Risk Management Plan has been produced which sets out Cleveland Fire Authority’s intentions, over the next four years, of how its prevention, protection and emergency response work will respond to all foreseeable risks in Teesside.
The plan is available to view online at clevelandfire.gov.uk