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Police are appealing for information after a teenage boy was shot with an air weapon whilst waiting for a bus;

Police are reminding members of the public to keep their doors and windows secure after a recent rise in the number of burglaries whereby car keys are taken and then used to steal the car;

...and train operator Northern has released its revised timetables for the three days of strike action next week.

 

Police are appealing for information after a teenage boy was shot with an air weapon whilst waiting for a bus.

The incident happened on Fulbeck Road opposite Grasby Close in Netherfields at around 7.45pm on New Years Day, Monday 1st January.

The 13-year-old boy had a pellet lodged in his arm, which requires surgery to remove it.

Anyone with information regarding the person responsible is asked to contact PC Matt Simpson on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police are reminding members of the public to keep their doors and windows secure after a recent rise in the number of burglaries whereby car keys are taken and then used to steal the car.

Officers say the majority of these burglaries have taken place in the early hours of the morning and entry has mainly been gained through insecure doors.

Throughout December there have been 19 such incidents across Teesside, compared to only eight in December 2016. Of those three were in the Redcar & Cleveland area. 

Police are now advising the public to keep their windows and doors secure and to remove vehicle keys from sight and from hallways, where they are easily accessible to thieves.

 

Train operator Northern has released its revised timetables for the three days of strike action next week.

The industrial action, by members of the RMT union, is taking place on Monday 8, Wednesday 10 and Friday 12 January.

The train operator aims to run around 1,350 services each day across the north of England, equating to more than 50 per cent of its normal timetable.

The majority of trains will run between 7am and 7pm and Northern expects all services to be extremely busy, especially in the morning and evening peak periods. Customers are advised to allow extra time to travel and to plan any journeys carefully.

Details of the revised timetables, as well as other information about the impact of the RMT strike action, can be found on Northern’s website at northernrailway.co.uk/strike.


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