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A round up of Local News in Redcar and Cleveland for Monday 4th July 2016.


Police have launched an investigation after the body of man was found on a path in Teesville.

The body was found in the Clynes Road area shortly after 7.30 this morning.

Police forensics officers were conducting investigations at the scene until shortly after midday.

Officers have confirmed that inquiries are in their early stages and no further information can be released at the current time.

Cleveland Police are looking for the occupants of a suspected stolen car which crashed into a bus in Normanby yesterday.

The suspected stolen red Renault Leguna failed to stop for police in Middlesbrough who pursued the vehicle into Normanby where the car was abandoned after colliding with a bus.

The driver and passenger from the car made off into the estate and police enquiries to locate them both are ongoing.

No one on board the bus was hurt.

Anyone with information about the incident should contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency 101 number, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.



An appeal for information has been made after two incidents in Grangetown whereby stones were thrown at a woman and a teenager.

It is believed that the two incidents are connected.

The first incident happened on Friday 17th June at around 6pm when a 41-year-old woman was hit on the shoulder by a stone near to Fabian Road roundabout on Birchington Avenue in Grangetown. She did not receive medical treatment but was left shaken by what happened.

The second incident occurred on Saturday 25th June at around 7pm when stones were thrown at a 15-year-old boy whilst he cycled near to the park on Buttermere Road in Grangetown. He was uninjured but left shaken by the incident.

It is believed that three youths are responsible for throwing the stones.


If you know anything about these incidents please contact PC Mark O’Hagan on the non-emergency number 101.

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