Zetland FM Local News - 23rd August 2018
Police are looking for witnesses to help their investigation after a 22-year-old man was found injured in the street following a night out in Middlesbrough;
Drivers who have parked poorly around Redcar have been slapped with warnings from police and council officers;
...and Northern Rail is calling on all customers to plan their travel carefully this bank holiday weekend.
Police are looking for witnesses to help their investigation after a 22-year-old man was found injured in the street following a night out in Middlesbrough.
The 22-year-old was found unconscious near the junction of Albert Road and Corporation Road at 2.30am on Friday August 17. His phone, wallet and shoes were missing when he was found.
The man is 5 feet 11 inches with a slim build. He has ginger hair, which is combed to the side. He has a ginger beard. He was wearing ‘Vans’ trainers which were missing when he was found in the street.
The man had suffered multiple bruises to his head and body and was taken to James Cook University Hospital for treatment.
The man was last seen leaving 'The Medicine Bar' in Corporation Road, Middlesbrough at around 1.50am.
He was wearing a pink T-shirt, black jeans and black glasses.
Anyone who saw the man or can provide information on what happened to him after leaving 'The Medicine Bar' is asked to call police on the non-emergency number 101.
Drivers who have parked poorly around Redcar have been slapped with warnings from police and council officers.
PCSOs from Redcar’s Neighbourhood Police Team and civil enforcement officers from Redcar and Cleveland Council carried out patrols on Tuesday night around the town centre and Esplanade tackling parking issues, including obstruction and parking on double yellow lines.
Drivers are being warned to consider where they are parking, and to ensure that they are not blocking the footpath for pedestrians or access for other road users.
Northern Rail is calling on all customers to plan their travel carefully this bank holiday weekend.
RMT strike action on Saturday 25 August and some cancellations on Sunday 26 August will see Northern running amended timetables, with significant reductions in usual services in our area.
Planned Network Rail engineering work will also see some disruption to services across the weekend and into bank holiday Monday.
On Saturday Northern expects to run almost 30% of standard services with all customers advised to check before they travel and, where necessary to seek alternative modes of transport.
On Sunday there will be planned cancellations on a small minority of routes, and again customers should check up to the last minute before travelling.