A 17-year-old has been remanded in a young offenders' institute after pleading not guilty to murder;

Two men have been charged in connection with an alleged incident on Homerton Road in Middlesbrough;

...and detectives are appealing for information after a commercial burglary in Saltburn in the early hours of yesterday.

 

A 17-year-old has been remanded in a young offenders' institute after pleading not guilty to murder.

The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is charged with killing 62-year-old Alan Garbutt in an alleged incident at a block of flats in Guisborough.

Mr Garbutt's body was found in the early hours of August 8, at Helmsley House in Guisborough.

Two men who were also arrested on suspicion of murder have been released and face no further action.

The boy appeared at Teesside Crown Court on Monday.

He will remain in custody until his trial starts on January 23rd next year.

 

Two men have been charged in connection with an alleged incident on Homerton Road in Middlesbrough.

Two men, aged 37 and 52, have been charged with murder and with grievous bodily harm as detectives continue to investigate the alleged incident. 

36-year-old Carlos Boyce was found deceased inside a property there last Friday and another 36-year-old man sustained injuries which required hospital treatment.

The two men have been remanded, to appear at Teesside Magistrates' Court later today.

 

Detectives are appealing for information after a commercial burglary in Saltburn in the early hours of yesterday.

It happened between 1.52am and 1.58am at the Co-Op on Marske Road.

Three suspects, all with their faces covered and wearing puffa style jackets and gloves, attended the store on a large off-road or quad bike with a small trailer attached and gained entry to some outer storage containers.

An unknown number of Ad-Blue bottles were taken from this outside storage area before two of the men forced their way into the store.

They took a quantity of vapes and left, heading towards Redcar.

Police are appealing for anyone with information or dashcam or CCTV footge which could assist the ongoing enquiries to contact them on the non-emergency number 101.


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