Zetland FM Local News - 22nd February 2018
Industrial action is expected to cause major travel disruption in our area this morning;
Police have made an arrest following a robbery at a shop in our area on Monday;
...and police are appealing for the public's help following a number of incidents of criminal damage to vehicles in Skelton.
Industrial action is expected to cause major travel disruption in our area this morning.
Police have been informed that a demonstration is planned for this morning which will affect Tees Dock Road and the A66.
The industrial action, which organisers started at around 5.30am, has the potential to cause serious delays for motorists and public transport travelling from Middlesbrough into Redcar along the Trunk Road and vice versa.
Drivers are being advised to use alternate routes and allow plenty of extra time for your journey if you normally travel in this area.
Police have made an arrest following a robbery at a shop in our area on Monday.
A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of robbery in connection with the incident at McColl’s on Gurney Street in New Marske.
He currently remains in custody.
Police are appealing for the public's help following a number of incidents of criminal damage to vehicles in Skelton.
Officers have recently dealt with eight incidents whereby car tyres were damaged in the town.
These incidents happened between midnight and 1am on both Saturday 10th and Saturday 17th February.
The suspect is believed to have walked up North Terrace in the direction of Skelton High Street and 'popped' or deflated a number of tyres belonging to residents in the local area.
The suspect is described as white male and was wearing a black woollen hat, black puffer jacket and light coloured jeans.
Guisborough Police are appealing for any information as to the identity of this male.
Anybody with any information is asked to call the non-emergency number 101.