Zetland FM Local News - 26th May 2020
The total number of reported Coronavirus cases in our area has shown another slight increase since yesterday, according to official figures;
Police have issued an appeal to trace a missing woman who was last seen in our area;
...and motorists who have parked their vehicles on the pavement near to a Middlesbrough park have been told they "may get tickets".
The total number of reported Coronavirus cases in our area has shown another slight increase since yesterday, according to official figures.
According to the latest figures published yesterday by Public Health England, there have now been 406 confirmed Coronavirus cases in Redcar and Cleveland, out of a local population of just under 137,000 people.
That figure has increased from 404 confirmed cases since yesterday.
There are have been 667 cases confirmed in Middlesbrough, that figure has also risen from 665 yesterday.
Police have issued an appeal to trace a missing woman who was last seen in our area.
Officers say they are extremely concerned for the welfare of 39 year old Alison Danks, also known as Alison Bishop.
Alison was last seen at an address in Marske on Friday and she has not been seen since.
She is white, 5’6” tall, with fair complexion, green eyes and blonde hair tied up in a ponytail.
She was last seen wearing a bright mustard coloured jacket and blue jeans however she may have changed her clothing.
It is also possible that she may be wearing UGG boots or silver sandals.
Alison’s family and police are extremely concerned for her well-being and welfare and would urge anyone with information to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
Motorists who have parked their vehicles on the pavement near to a Middlesbrough park have been told they "may get tickets".
With the warm weather over the bank holiday weekend, many people decided to get out of the house and head for our area's open spaces.
One place that saw many visitors is Stewart Park in Middlesbrough, however the park's car park remains closed as part of the restrictions imposed by Middlesbrough Council.
That lead to large numbers of motorists parking their vehicles on nearby pavements, causing issues for other road users.
Posting on Twitter, Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston said that the parked cars were "not supposed to be there" and that they "may get tickets".