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Two off road bikes have been seized by Neighbourhood Officers in Middlesbrough;

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been in action in our area to search for a missing man;

...and PD Ports is celebrating the official opening of a multi-million pound bulks handling facility at Teesport that marks an important milestone in the revival of the Tees Valley following the collapse of the SSI Steelworks in 2015.

 

Two off road bikes have been seized by Neighbourhood Officers in Middlesbrough. 

Officers from the Middlesbrough Neighbourhood policing team attended the Sports Village in Middlesbrough on Tuesday evening after receiving reports of anti-social behaviour in the area.

On police arrival, two off road bikes which were believed to be involved in anti-social behaviour were seized by the officers.

If you have information about criminal activity in our area please call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been in action in our area to search for a missing man.

The team were contacted on Tuesday afternoon by North Yorkshire Police to assist in a search for the man who was  possibly in the Carlton Bank area.

Team members were called out to a rendezvous-point at Lord Stones Country Park where they liaised with the Police and agreed on a number of areas to be searched across a wide section of the moors.

Over a period of hours a number of mountain rescue search parties and police officers searched the allocated areas.

Just after 10.30pm the team received a report that the man had been found, so Team members attended to assess his medical condition. He was found to be safe and was receiving appropriate care, and the team were able to return to the rendezvous-point before standing down for the night.

 

PD Ports is celebrating the official opening of a multi-million pound bulks handling facility at Teesport that marks an important milestone in the revival of the Tees Valley following the collapse of the SSI Steelworks in 2015.

Local MP Simon Clarke, who is the Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government, officially opened Teesport Bulks Terminal during a virtual ceremony yesterday.

The 300,000sq.ft. terminal comprises seven walled bays, primed to store a range of bulk products such as soya and grain and directly connected to covered rail access to provide an environmentally sustainable and cost-effective solution for domestic exports.

The investment has created 44 new jobs on Teesside.


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