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Police have confirmed that a body found in East Yorkshire earlier this week is that of a missing woman from our area.

Police are appealing for information after a woman aged in her 70s was robbed whilst parked in her car.

...and a former amusement arcade on Redcar seafront is set for a new lease of life under plans to turn it into a restaurant and bar.

 

Police have confirmed that a body found in East Yorkshire earlier this week is that of a missing woman from our area.

Officers from Humberside Police were called to a report of a body on the beach at Grimston in East Yorkshire on Monday morning.

Officers from Cleveland Police were informed and yesterday they sadly confirmed that the body has been identified as that of missing 39-year-old Alison Danks (also known as Alison Bishop) from Marske.

Alison’s family have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.

Police say that the death is not being treated as suspicious and a file has been prepared for the Coroner.

 

Police are appealing for information after a woman aged in her 70s was robbed whilst parked in her car.

The incident occurred just before midday on Tuesday at the Viewley Centre in Hemlington, when a man reportedly approached the victim and stole her dark red handbag.

The handbag contained the victim’s purse, car keys, mobile phone and other essential items.

Ten minutes following the reported incident a man aged 30 was arrested in connection with it and he currently remains in police custody.

Anyone with any information regarding the incident or anyone who may have been offered any of the items for sale is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

A former amusement arcade on Redcar seafront is set for a new lease of life under plans to turn it into a restaurant and bar.

The large former Arcadia amusements building on Redcar Esplanade, which is next to the Palace Hub has stood empty for a number of years.

But under a “change of use” application submitted to Redcar and Cleveland Council, it could become a restaurant, bar and still have amusements available.

The first floor flat would be converted into two apartments.


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