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Cleveland Police have released a series of new images of Natalie Jenkins, who police believe may have been murdered;

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council say they are still experiencing issues with their IT systems;

...and a campaign to introduce defibrillators in as many public places as possible has been given a cash boost.

 

Cleveland Police have released a series of new images of Natalie Jenkins, who police believe may have been murdered.

The new images are the most up-to-date images that officers currently have of her.

32-year-old Natalie was last sighted on Parliament Road in Middlesbrough on Tuesday 10th December last year and as part of their ongoing investigation officers have been trying to trace her last steps in a bid to find her.

Anyone with information as to Natalie’s whereabouts or anyone who may have seen her, is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council say they are still experiencing issues with their IT systems.

The IT problems mean that the council is working with a reduced capacity.

Posting on Facebook, the council say that they are able to receive and answer limited calls and emails and will be prioritising urgent messages.

However there may be a slight delay in dealing with non-urgent calls and messages, and the council's website is currently down.

The council says it is working hard to resolve the problem and has thanked residents for their continued patience.

 

A campaign to introduce defibrillators in as many public places as possible has been given a cash boost.

ICL Boulby has donated funds after an application for £1,500 was approved.

This led to the kit being installed in Carlin How Club.

The bid was strongly supported by Gordon Hogg, the production electrical superintendent at the Boulby mine.

Gordon was in the Coastguard for more than 12 years and has also trained in first aid.


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