Zetland FM Local News - 15th August 2018
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for help in tracing a wanted man from Middlesborough;
Northern Powergrid is about to start the final stage of its £1.75 million investment work in Skelton;
...and a free healthcheck, microchip and nail clip event for dogs is being held in South Bank later today.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for help in tracing a wanted man from Middlesborough.
Colin Fryett, who is 30, and from Middlesborough is wanted in connection with theft of a motor vehicle, driving a vehicle dangerously and escaping lawful custody.
Police now believe Colin Fryett is back in the Teesside area.
Fryett is described as White, 5ft 7ins tall, of medium build with blue eyes and brown hair.
If you have an immediate sighting of him please dial 999.
If you know the whereabouts of Colin Fryett, or have any other information which may assist officers with their investigation, please contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Northern Powergrid is about to start the final stage of its £1.75 million investment work in Skelton.
The investment, which is part of a wider £3.3 million programme to improve the infrastructure that powers homes and businesses throughout Skelton, Saltburn and Marske, will see the electricity network operator continue its work to modernise the local power network.
In Skelton Northern Powergrid is replacing existing high voltage cables, upgrading substations and installing 20 remote control smart switching devices, which will automatically restore power for customers quicker if their lights should go off in the future.
It has already successfully completed its planned work in North Skelton and New Skelton on schedule.
From today, the electricity distributor will start working in Skelton Village for approximately four weeks.
A free healthcheck, microchip and nail clip event for dogs is being held in South Bank later today.
The Dogs Trust is hosting the event at the Golden Boy Green Community Centre in South Bank.
Members of the public are being invited to take their dog along and have their pets eyes, ears, teeth and weight checked, as well as a nail clipping and microchipping.
There will also be members of the Dogs Trust team for advice on training, diet and neutering and there are also free goodie packs available.
The event is being held between 11am and 3pm today.