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Tributes have been paid to a homeless man who was found dead in Eston cemetery;

Police in Redcar have removed another uninsured nuisance motorbike from the roads;

...and local businesses in three of Redcar and Cleveland’s most popular industrial estates will soon be benefiting from a multi-million pound investment from Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council.

 

Tributes have been paid to a homeless man who was found dead in Eston cemetery.

The man, who has been named locally as Michael Cash, could often be seen sitting near the Tesco Express store in Normanby.

The body found in the cemetery has not been formally identified however a member of Mr Cash’s family confirmed they had been visited by detectives on Wednesday.

The discovery came after a video emerged on social media over the weekend appearing to show Mr Cash being sprayed with red paint as he sat in the area.

Police are investigating the spray painting incident and anyone with information is urged to contact them via the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police in Redcar have removed another uninsured nuisance motorbike from the roads.

Officers were keen to trace a red and black motorbike which made off from officers previously in the Dormanstown area, after checks showed that it had no insurance.

Whilst dealing with another incident today on Corporation Road Neighbourhood Officers sighted the bike and quickly responded to conduct an area search.

Shortly after the bike was located on Wilton Avenue and seized using Police Powers.

 

Local businesses in three of Redcar and Cleveland’s most popular industrial estates will soon be benefiting from a multi-million pound investment from Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council.

Skippers Lane, Skelton and Longbeck Industrial Estates are home to hundreds of businesses, from sole traders to branches of international firms, and employ many local people, creating a significant contribution to the local economy.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council Cabinet is proposing to extend Skippers Lane to create approximately 100,000 square foot of new light industrial space, improve the road into Skelton Industrial Estate, and invest £200,000 in improving the Longbeck Trading Estate’s road infrastructure

If the proposals are agreed upon, work on the three projects will begin immediately.


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