Zetland FM Local News - 16th September 2020
Two arrests have been made after the case of missing person from our area was reopened;
A man out walking his dog has been left injured after a hit and run on a busy roundabout;
...and an outdoor waste facility in Nunthorpe is being removed by Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council due to ongoing fly-tipping issues.
Two arrests have been made after the case of missing person from our area was reopened.
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the disappearance of Steven Clark, from Marske, who went missing in 1992.
Steven was 23 when he went missing.
The missing persons report said that Steven was last seen at 3pm after a family walk on Monday 28th December 1992.
The report says that he went to use the gents’ public toilets near to the pier on the promenade in Saltburn, when his mum went into the ladies at the same time, but he wasn’t seen coming out of the toilets and did not return home.
Officers are appealing for information from anyone who knew Steven at the time of his disappearance, or who may have information that could help with the case.
The two people have been released on bail pending further investigation.
Anyone with information should call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
A man out walking his dog has been left injured after a hit and run on a busy roundabout.
Cleveland Police said the 63-year-old was crossing the A171 bypass in Guisborough, close to the Church Lane roundabout, when he was hit by a car at around ten to ten in the morning last Wednesday.
The driver, a woman, did not stop and turned her car right onto Church Lane, driving towards Guisborough.
The man, who has not been named, was left with bruises and grazes to his right leg, elbow and shoulder but did not need hospital treatment.
Cleveland Police has launched an investigation into the incident and is appealing for witnesses to come forward.
An outdoor waste facility in Nunthorpe is being removed by Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council due to ongoing fly-tipping issues.
The Bringbank site is based opposite Nunthorpe Station and Spar where residents can dispose of recyclable rubbish that doesn’t fit into their recycling bin at home.
However, the site is regularly plagued with dumped rubbish leaving an eyesore for local residents and a risk of pest infestations.
To prevent ongoing issues, the Council has taken the decision to remove the site and is directing people to other local facilities.