Zetland FM Local News - 14th July 2018
Police are appealing for information after an act of vandalism in Redcar;
Officers are distributing posters of a woman who was reported missing from home on 12th June;
...and police have made two arrests following an incident of theft from a refuse site in our area.
Police are appealing for information after an act of vandalism in Redcar.
Five out of the six sand sculptures at Majuba Beach, outside the Tuned In building, were deliberately damaged at around 5am on Thursday morning, with nearby CCTV footage showing several youths carrying out the damage.
Councillor Carl Quartermain, the Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council Cabinet Member for Culture, Tourism and Communications, told Zetland FM that the vandalism was simply unacceptable.
He said that the irreparable damage will have a negative impact on the local visitor economy.
To report any information regarding the vandalism, people should contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
Officers are distributing posters of a woman who was reported missing from home on 12th June.
43 year old Naheed Khan had not been in touch with her family for around three weeks prior to then and they – and police – are increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Naheed often visits Thornaby, Stockton and Middlesbrough town centres but there have not been any recent confirmed sightings of her.
She is 5’6” tall, of slim build and has long black hair.
Anyone with information about Naheed is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the 101 number.
Police have made two arrests following an incident of theft from a refuse site in our area.
Officers seized a vehicle and arrested two men for theft from Dunsdale Tip near to Guisborough last night.
A Nissan vehicle was removed from the scene by a low loader.
Now officers are warning anyone who is considering stealing from refuse sites that if you do not own it, do not take it, and police will have no hesitatation in seizing vehicles involved in such activity.