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Police are reminding motorists to lock their vehicles after a spate of crime in Redcar;

Police in Redcar are inviting the public to meet with them to voice any concerns;

...and the Festival of Thrift parade takes place later today to celebrate the start of a weekend of thrifty fun.

 

Police are reminding motorists to lock their vehicles after a spate of crime in Redcar.

Due to a recent increase in vehicle crime in the Redcar area, officers are reminding residents to take steps to reduce the risk of their vehicle becoming a target.

Always ensure your windows and doors are shut and locked when leaving your vehicle unattended.

Even when locked, vehicles can still be broken into quickly.

Drivers should also avoid leaving anything on display in your vehicle, including small change in the centre console or cup holders.

 

Police in Redcar are inviting the public to meet with them to voice any concerns,

Neighbourhood Officers will be at Tesco on West Dyke Road from 1pm until 3pm this afternoon.

All residents are invited to go along and say hello and discuss any issues or concerns that you may have regarding your local area.

 

The Festival of Thrift parade takes place later today to celebrate the start of a weekend of thrifty fun.

The parade will travel through Redcar which means that Coatham Road, Station Road, Newcomen Terrace and the Esplanade will be closed between around 6:20 pm and 7:30 pm.

The event itself takes place tomorrow and Sunday at Kirkleatham.


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