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Police in Redcar have announced that they are increasing patrols on a busy Redcar street;

Search activity related to an historic murder case in Middlesbrough has concluded, with the investigation into the death of a teenager in 1998 continuing;

...and volunteers at Redcar’s Red Lion Pocket Park joined a number of Redcar and Cleveland residents from all backgrounds and faiths to welcome Faith Minister, Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, to the park.

 

Police in Redcar have announced that they are increasing patrols on a busy Redcar street.

Officers have recently received several complaints regarding vehicles causing an obstruction on Queen Street in Redcar, especially heading toward the Memorial Clock.

As a result of the complaints, police will now be monitoring the area as part of their daily patrols.

The advice from officers to motorists is to be considerate and ensure that you are not causing an obstruction when leaving your vehicle.

 

Search activity related to an historic murder case in Middlesbrough has concluded, with the investigation into the death of a teenager in 1998 continuing.

Police and a specialist search team started work at a former allotment site near to Troon Close, Middlesbrough on Monday 18th June as part of the investigation into the disappearance of Donna Keogh from Middlesbrough in 1998 when she was just 17 years old.

Donna has never been found and her disappearance is being treated as a murder investigation.

Yesterday police announced that the excavation work at Troon Close would conclude this week.

To support the investigation, the public can visit www.finddonna.co.uk to view details about Donna’s life, her disappearance and the police’s on-going investigation.

 

Volunteers at Redcar’s Red Lion Pocket Park joined a number of Redcar and Cleveland residents from all backgrounds and faiths to welcome Faith Minister, Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, to the park.

The Pocket Park was transformed last year, from what used to be derelict land to a green space featuring a number of flower beds and seating areas, and is tucked away off the street so residents can sit and enjoy the new space in peace.

The Park was funded through £10,000 from the council’s Public Realm Programme as well as the same amount from the Department for Communities and Local Government’s Pocket Park scheme.

After the visit, Lord Bourne said that it was fantastic to be welcomed to the park to meet with community leaders and local residents to see the impact that the Pocket Parks programme funding has had.


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