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Police have named a man who's body was found in a local cemetery earlier this week;

Officers from Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a report that three giant rabbits were killed by a group of youths in Stewart Park in Middlesbrough;

Northern Rail is advising passengers to check before they travel during the latest round of RMT strike action today.

 

Police have named a man who's body was found in a local cemetery earlier this week.

Following formal identification yesterday, police are now able to name the man whose body was found in Eston Cemetery as Michael Cash, aged 32-years-old. 

Michael sadly died on Wednesday and, following a post-mortem examination, his death is not being treated as suspicious. 

It is believed Michael was the victim of a previous incident of assault which resulted in him being covered with red paint. The incident occurred near to Tesco Express on the High Street Eston last Sunday. 

A 33-year-old man has been interviewed voluntarily in connection with the assault and the investigation is still ongoing.

Police are asking for members of the public who directly witnessed anyone throwing paint on Michael that day to contact police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Officers from Cleveland Police are appealing for information after a report that three giant rabbits were killed by a group of youths in Stewart Park in Middlesbrough. 

The incident reportedly happened at around 11.30pm on Wednesday. 

A witness reported seeing a group of six males, aged around 14-16 years, who were walking a black and white dog, go into the rabbit enclosure and punch the rabbits.

The males are believed to have entered the park from The Grove entrance and they are believed to have been seen in the park before.

Anyone with information as to the identity of the youths or anyone with further information is asked to contact PC Andrew Hampson on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Northern Rail is advising passengers to check before they travel during the latest round of RMT strike action today.

Todays strike action, together with some cancellations tomorrow, will see Northern running reduced timetables across the weekend.

On Saturday Northern expects to run around 30% of services with customers advised to plan carefully if they intend to travel on the rail network. There will be a number of planned cancellations tomorrow on a small minority of routes.

This weekend also sees a number of events taking place throughout the north of England and customers are reminded of the impact the amended timetables will have on travel to and from those events.

For more information check the website northernrailway.co.uk


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