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A man has appeared in court accused of the murder of toddler Grace Thorpe in New Marske;

Police are appealing for anyone with private CCTV footage or information to contact them after a business property in our area was ram-raided;

...and seven new Community Covid Ambassadors will be on patrol in Redcar & Cleveland over the next four months to advise, encourage and support residents and businesses through the Coronavirus pandemic.

 

A man has appeared in court accused of the murder of toddler Grace Thorpe in New Marske.

26-year-old Adam William Jackson has been charged with Grace's murder and appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court yesterday.

Mr Jackson did not enter a plea and the case was transferred to Teesside Crown Court where he will appear on Monday.

Two-year-old Grace was taken to hospital in a critical condition after emergency services were called to a terraced house in Dale Street in New Marske on Tuesday morning.

She was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary for treatment, but on Thursday she sadly passed away.

 

Police are appealing for anyone with private CCTV footage or information to contact them after a business property in our area was ram-raided.

The incident happened at the Ryan Carne Hair salon on Clynes Road in Grangetown at around 6.30am on Thursday.

Nothing was stolen from the premises but significant damage was caused to the property.

Detectives are asking anyone who may have witnessed what happened, or anyone who may have private CCTV which could assist their investigation, to contact them on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Seven new Community Covid Ambassadors will be on patrol in Redcar & Cleveland over the next four months to advise, encourage and support residents and businesses through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council received £84,000 from the Government to recruit the ambassadors, who will be on hand across the borough to support people to adhere to the Covid-19 rules.

The team will operate on a rota basis and will always work in pairs. Whilst they do not have any enforcement powers, they will be helping to remind people to follow the rules – for example, wear face coverings and social distancing.


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