Zetland FM Local News - 21st May 2018
Police have made an arrest and seized cannabis plants following a drugs raid in our area;
The family of a murdered Middlesbrough woman have paid tribute to her over the weekend;
...and the reopening of Saltburn cliff tramway is likely to be delayed until after the summer.
Police have made an arrest and seized cannabis plants following a drugs raid in our area.
Officers from the Guisborough Neighbourhood Policing Team attended a property in Liverton Mines on Saturday morning after responding to the concerns raised by members of the community.
Cannabis plants were seized and disposed of, and one person was arrested.
Officers have thanked the public who provided information to them regarding suspicious activity around the property.
If you have concerns about drug activity in our area, please contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
The family of a murdered Middlesbrough woman have paid tribute to her over the weekend.
34-year-old Jessica Patel sadly died on Monday 14th May at her home on the Avenue in Linthorpe.
Jessica’s family said that she was a kind hearted, gentle and selfless person who was loved dearly by her family and friends. She was completely dedicated to all of her family and her loss has brought an unbearable pain.
The family have said that they are devastated and have requested that people respect their privacy and allows them the time to grieve in peace.
Police have charged a 36-year-old man with the murder.
The reopening of Saltburn cliff tramway is likely to be delayed until after the summer.
The tramway, which opened in 1884, closed in October for its biggest refurbishment since 2010.
The tramway was expected to reopen at Easter, however further inspections revealed "more extensive repairs" were needed.
The revamp includes restoring the original Victorian features and designs and stripping the mechanical workings of the lift back into component pieces.
Damaged parts are being melted down and recast in the original style.