Zetland FM Local News - 10th April 2018
Police are appealing for information after a car was stolen in Redcar;
A woman was had to be taken to hospital after falling onto a railway line in Middlesbrough;
...and officers from Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a recent spate of antisocial behaviour in Saltburn.
Police are appealing for information after a car was stolen in Redcar.
The silver Vauxhall Corsa was stolen from a property on Greenhow Walk in Redcar following a burglary at the house on Sunday at twenty past two in the afternoon.
Two men both aged 19-years-old were arrested on suspicion of burglary and have both been released under investigation.
The car was later recovered after being sighted in the area, including on the field behind the Primary Care Hospital.
It is believed a large group of youths were around when the vehicle was recovered and officers would like anyone who witnessed the vehicle being driven or anyone with video footage of it to please contact officers.
Anyone else who may have witnessed the incident or anyone with information is asked to contact DC Cat McKenzie on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A woman was had to be taken to hospital after falling onto a railway line in Middlesbrough.
Emergency services were called to the scene close to the railway station at James Cook University Hospital shortly after 3.30 yesterday afternoon.
The Great North Air Ambulance helicopter and paramedics were also called to the scene.
Train services between Middlesbrough and Nunthorpe were affected for a number of hours, and the line was eventually cleared at around 5.20pm.
Officers from Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a recent spate of antisocial behaviour in Saltburn.
Neighbourhood Officers from Saltburn have noticed an increase in anti-social behaviour around the areas of Valley Gardens, Milton Street, Station Square, Dundas Street and Sainsbury’s in Saltburn.
In the past week, police have received 12 reports of anti-social related behaviour which has resulted in 3 teenagers being arrested, all of whom have been released under investigation.
Due to the increase of reported incidents, neighbourhood officers will be conducting high visibility foot and mobile patrols in the area to prevent further crime from happening. A dispersal order will also be put in place for 48 hours, beginning at 5pm today in the areas of Marine Parade, Milton Street, Zetland Terrace, Marske Road, Windsor Road, Glenside and Saltburn Road.
Anyone found to be committing offences in these areas will be issued with a notice which means that they cannot re-enter the specified areas for a specific length of time, therefore reducing the risk of them re-offending in the area.