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Police are appealing for information after a man was injured in a robbery in Eston;

Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a 49-year-old woman reportedly had her handbag stolen whilst sat in her vehicle on Eshwood Square in Middlesbrough;

...and 47 apprentices working in departments across Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council have been welcomed into the authority by Council Leader Cllr Sue Jeffrey.

 

Police are appealing for information after a man was injured in a robbery in Eston.

The 47-year-old male victim was approached at around twenty to three on Monday afternoon as he rode his bike near to SS Castle on Eston Hills.

Three suspects attempted to steal his mountain bike before punching him in the face and stabbing him in the stomach.

The victim was taken to James Cook University Hospital.

He suffered minor injuries and was released from hospital.

The suspects are described as white males, of gaunt appearance and all aged in their twenties with short, dark hair.

Two were wearing grey tracksuits and one was wearing a black tracksuit.

One of the suspects may have suffered an injured jaw during the incident.

Anyone witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact PC Benjamin Docherty on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a 49-year-old woman reportedly had her handbag stolen whilst sat in her vehicle on Eshwood Square in Middlesbrough.

The alleged incident occurred last Thursday at around 4pm.

The handbag contained money and the victim’s husband’s car keys.

A Volkswagen Golf was then reportedly taken from the victim’s property following the handbag theft.

A 29-year-old man has been arrested and charged with theft and appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court on Saturday.

 

47 apprentices working in departments across Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council have been welcomed into the authority by Council Leader Cllr Sue Jeffrey.

The apprentices are working in departments as varied as Highways, Adult Care, HR, IT and the Data & Intelligence Department and the induction gave them the opportunity to learn more about the authority and the work done on a daily basis.

As well as working at the council, apprentices will be studying for NVQs - starting at Level 2 with the opportunity to study for a higher level - in college to give them a wealth of experience to draw from once they come to the end of their apprenticeship.

To find out more about apprenticeships at the council, and at other businesses in the borough, go to redcar-cleveland.gov.uk/apprenticeships.


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