Zetland FM Local News - 23rd February 2021
The number of coronavirus cases have continued to fall across Teesside;
Two teenage boys have required hospital treatment after a robbery in Grangetown;
...and Police have seized a motorbike which was being ridden illegally in Redcar.
The number of coronavirus cases have continued to fall across Teesside.
The latest Public Health England figures, which were released yesterday, show there has been another 133 cases of Covid-19 in all four areas.
Middlesbrough recorded the highest increase, with another 48 people in the town testing positive for the virus.
In Stockton there were 38 new cases, whilst here in Redcar and Cleveland there were a further 31.
Two teenage boys have required hospital treatment after a robbery in Grangetown.
The teenagers, who are both aged 16, had two iPhones and cash snatched from them in the incident on Birchington Avenue near to McColls Shop.
One of the teens suffered a cut to the chin, while the other had a cut to his leg after the incident just after 7.50pm on Saturday evening.
Both were treated in hospital and later released.
Cleveland Police say that inquiries to trace two male suspects who were in dark clothing are on-going and we would appeal for anyone with information or who witnessed the incident to contact Redcar CID via the non-emergency number 101.
Police have seized a motorbike which was being ridden illegally in Redcar.
The Redcar Response Team seized the motorbike on Micklow Close on Sunday.
Officers were patrolling the area and seized the motorbike after it had been reported for been ridden illegally.
Anyone with information about criminal activity in our area is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.