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A further 163 cases have been confirmed on Teesside, as figures continue to fall in our area.

A significant development has taken place in the Steven Clark murder investigation, with the author of an anonymous letter coming forward.

...and Police have been carrying out patrols after reports of a masked man carrying out an 'obscene act' near a school.

 

A further 163 cases have been confirmed on Teesside, as figures continue to fall in our area.

The biggest increase recorded yesterday was in Stockton, with 53 new confirmed cases.

In Middlesbrough there were 43 new cases, whilst here in Redcar and Cleveland there were 36.

 

A significant development has taken place in the Steven Clark murder investigation, with the author of an anonymous letter coming forward.

Police investigating the suspected murder of Steven Clark who disappeared in mysterious circumstances in 1992 have now identified the author of an anonymous letter sent to police in 1999 which claimed to know who was responsible for Steven’s murder.

The letter was received by police seven years after he disappeared near his home in Marske, near Redcar.

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of murder and have been released under investigation pending further investigation.

Anyone with information can call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police have been carrying out patrols after reports of a masked man carrying out an 'obscene act' near a school.

Cleveland Police said received a report of the man's behaviour at Stainton Way in Coulby Newham, on Wednesday.

The incident was reported to have happened at around 12.30pm on a grassed area, near Kings Academy school on Stainton Way.

The force said plain clothes officers have carried out patrols in the area on Thursday.

Police want to speak to a man described as white, aged in his 50s with short, dark hair which is greying slightly.

He was described as wearing dark jeans, a dark-coloured bomber style jacket and a black face mask.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101.


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