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Police are appealing to trace the driver of a suspected stolen car who crashed head-on into another car in Guisborough;

Community, sport and musical groups that want to add to the exciting atmosphere of the East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix are reminded that they still have time to apply for grants from the Tees Valley Community Foundation;

...and a property marking event is taking place later today.

 

Police are appealing to trace the driver of a suspected stolen car who crashed head-on into another car in Guisborough.

The male driver ran off from the scene after the suspected stolen black VW Golf, a blue Ford Focus and a Land Rover Discovery were involved in the collison on Westgate, at 8.45pm on Wednesday.

An off-duty police officer tried to detain the man but was unable to.

The drivers of the other cars involved were uninjured.

Anyone with information or who witnessed the incident is asked to call police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Community, sport and musical groups that want to add to the exciting atmosphere of the East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix are reminded that they still have time to apply for grants from the Tees Valley Community Foundation.

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, East Cleveland Villages Big Local have linked with Tees Valley Community Fund to support the East Cleveland Klondike GP through a grant scheme, which allows all Community and Sports groups the chance to apply for up to £1,000 from an overall pot of £15,000 which is specifically for events and activities around the East Cleveland Klondike event on the 29th April 2018.

There is still time left to apply for funding, with a deadline of Wednesday 28 February for bids to be submitted in enough time for funding to be allocated before the East Cleveland Klondike GP which is coming back for its second running.

 

A property marking event is taking place later today.

From 2pm - 4pm PCSO Collins and PCSO Dobson will be at Saltburn Library with the Dotpeen property marking machine.

They will also be offering crime prevention advice.

Members of the public are invited to pop along with any queries or property to be marked.


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