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Police are asking for the public's help after reports of two burglaries at Well Pharmacy on Westgate in Guisborough;

Police are appealing for information after a 16-year-old boy was robbed by two males at the junction of Parliament Road and Crescent Road in Middlesbrough;

...and an electric poetry machine is set to bring festive fun in our area.

 

Police are asking for the public's help after reports of two burglaries at Well Pharmacy on Westgate in Guisborough.

The two incidents occurred during the early hours of Sunday 29th November and Friday 4th December.

A substantial amount of perfume and aftershave was stolen, including leading brands and designer names.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incidents, has information or may have been offered the items for sale is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Police are appealing for information after a 16-year-old boy was robbed by two males at the junction of Parliament Road and Crescent Road in Middlesbrough.

The incident occurred yesterday on Thursday at 6:15pm when the victim was approached by two males on pedal bikes who threatened him with a knife and stole his mobile phone.

Both of the males are described as being aged 17/18 years old. One of the males was wearing a surgical face mask and the other male had a ginger beard with spots on his face. 

Officers are appealing for anyone with information regarding the incident to contact Cleveland Police on 101.

 

An electric poetry machine is set to bring festive fun in our area.

Local poet, Harry Man, has created an online electric poetry machine that writes unique festive poems for people to share with their loved ones.

Harry has developed the on-line poetry machine on behalf of Redcar & Cleveland Council and Middlesbrough Council to help residents in the area stay connected during the Coronavirus restrictions and over the Christmas holidays.

The fun and bright poems use lines of poetry that Harry has written together with images of local landmarks that resemble Polaroid photos – all ready to share on the user’s social media channels.

People can join in the fun and generate their own poems and share them on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #MomentsofJoy


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