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Two men have been arrested after a Chinese takeway was robbed in Saltburn at the weekend;

There are fears that our area could lose about 3,000 jobs in the next six months because of the impact of the coronavirus;

...and a motorbike has been seized and the rider reported for driving offences and criminal damage after an alleged incident in Dormanstown on Friday evening.

 

Two men have been arrested after a Chinese takeway was robbed in Saltburn at the weekend.

The two men, aged 37 and 41, were arrested and charged following the robbery at the business on Amber Street in the town.

It is alleged a 70-year-old man and a 54-year-old woman were assaulted during the incident, which is reported to have taken place just after 8am on Saturday. 

They were treated by ambulance staff at the scene.

The two men were charged with robbery and with assault on an emergency worker and have been remanded to appear at Teesside Magistrates’ Court later today.

Any witnesses, or anyone with CCTV which may help inquiries is asked to contact Cleveland Police via the 101 number.

 

There are fears that our area could lose about 3,000 jobs in the next six months because of the impact of the coronavirus.

The stark warning came at a meeting of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council's growth, enterprise and environment improvement committee.

There are fears that firms will begin laying staff off when Chancellor Rishi Sunak's job retention scheme ends in October.

There was particular concern around the impact on young people, who were expected to bear the brunt of any redundancies.

 

A motorbike has been seized and the rider reported for driving offences and criminal damage after an alleged incident in Dormanstown on Friday evening.

Police received reports of a group of three off road bikes being ridden in a dangerous manner around Dormanstown but they drove off when an officer arrived.

The rider of a green Kawasaki is reported to have fled on foot after his bike stalled, before returning to allegedly damage a police vehicle before leaving the scene again.

Police say their enquiries into the incident are on-going.


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