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Crew members from the Staithes and Runswick RNLI had to rescue a man after he was cut off by the incoming tide near Staithes yesterday;

Neighbourhood police officers in Redcar had to take action after a man and a woman became abusive in a local fast food outlet;

...and police are warning the public to ensure that their properties are locked after a number of burglaries overnight in the Guisborough area.

 

Crew members from the Staithes and Runswick RNLI had to rescue a man after he was cut off by the incoming tide near Staithes yesterday.

The alarm was raised when the companion of the stranded man waded back to Staithes from a spot called Short Sand half a mile north of Staithes.

As the lifeboat located the casualty, two members of the RNLI volunteer crew swam ashore with a rope from the lifeboat.

The man was successfully helped from the rocks back to the boat and transferred back to the Staithes RNLI boathouse.

The two men, both from North Yorkshire, had set off with the intention of exploring a disused tunnel which opens onto the shore and was once part of the old Boulby alum works. 

They were wet and cold from their ordeal but unharmed.

 

Neighbourhood police officers in Redcar had to take action after a man and a woman became abusive in a local fast food outlet.

Officers on foot patrol on Redcar High Street spoke to the man and woman after an incident in KFC.

Both were heavily under the influence of alcohol and were being verbally abusive.

They were quickly dealt with and moved on from the area.

 

Police are warning the public to ensure that their properties are locked after a number of burglaries overnight in the Guisborough area.

Officers are reminding all residents that its crucially important to secure your properties and outbuildings at all times to assist in preventing further offences.

Posting on their Facebook page, officers from the East Cleveland neighbourhood policing team are encouraging all residents to contact tem with any information in relation to these or any other crimes.

They are also reassuring residents that there will be extra patrols in the area during the hours of darkness as a preventative measure.


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