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The numbers of confirmed covid-19 cases are continuing to rise across Teesside;

Police have arrested four males aged between 20 and 37 in connection with a commercial burglary at the offices of The Watch Plug at the Cargo Fleet Business Centre in Middlesbrough;

...and fisheries officers have stopped a group of people who travelled to the Teesside coast to pick illegal shellfish destined for a Newcastle restaurant.

 

The numbers of confirmed covid-19 cases are continuing to rise across Teesside.

Another 387 cases of people contracting coronavirus were announced yesterday by Public Health England.

Stockton has again seen the highest daily rise, with 129 new cases.

Middlesbrough recorded 96 new cases and here in Redcar and Cleveland there were 100 new infections.

 

Police have arrested four males aged between 20 and 37 in connection with a commercial burglary at the offices of The Watch Plug at the Cargo Fleet Business Centre in Middlesbrough.

As we reported on Zetland FM yesterday, the incident reportedly occurred between 9:30pm and 11:30pm on Saturday and a number of Rolex watches estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of pounds were reportedly stolen from the premises as well as over £10,000 worth of cash.

The men have been released under investigation pending further enquiries.

Anyone with information regarding the reported burglary or anyone who may have been offered the items for sale is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Fisheries officers have stopped a group of people who travelled to the Teesside coast to pick illegal shellfish destined for a Newcastle restaurant.

The group of four had made the journey to Redcar from Sheffield on Tuesday.

Officers from the North Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority seized their haul and notified police reporting a breach of national lockdown rules.

The group had made the two hour journey to the Teesside coast and were collecting undersized shellfish off the beach at Redcar planning to drop it off at a restaurant in Newcastle.

The undersized shellfish were returned to the water.


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