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A total of 65 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed across Teesside on the day a local lockdown was announced;

Cleveland Police have used technology to locate four children who were stuck in a beck in the grounds of Ormesby Hall;

...and a car which was being driven illegally has been seized by officers in Redcar. 

 

A total of 65 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed across Teesside on the day a local lockdown was announced.

Figures released yesterday afternoon showed that while each of the four local authority areas had seen an increase the biggest jump was in Stockton which so far remains out of the areas hit by stricter measures.

It saw an increase of 35 on Wednesday. In the other boroughs Middlesbrough rose by seven, Redcar and Cleveland by four, and Hartlepool by 19.

 

Cleveland Police have used technology to locate four children who were stuck in a beck in the grounds of Ormesby Hall.

Middlesbrough Response Officers and the Dog Unit were called to a report of the four children being stuck in a beck and lost in the grounds of Ormesby Hall on Wednesday evening at 7:45pm.

The children were panicked in the dark and in the wet weather conditions. 

Officers attended the scene and worked closely with Control Room staff to guide one of the children through downloading the What3Words app.

The app then allowed officers to trace the children straight away.

The children were uninjured and were returned home safely.

 

A car which was being driven illegally has been seized by officers in Redcar. 

Officers from the Redcar Neighbourhood team seized the Citroen vehicle on Blakey Close on Monday after it was reported for being used with no insurance.

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


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