Zetland FM Local News - 7th September 2018
Police are appealing to trace the owners of suspected stolen items discovered in Guisborough;
Police are appealing to trace the owner of a suspected stolen motorbike;
...and the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland, Councillor Dennis Teasdale, has celebrated sixty years of steel milling in Redcar and Cleveland with a special event to say 'thank you' to the team behind the milestone anniversary.
Police are appealing to trace the owners of suspected stolen items discovered in Guisborough.
The items were found in the area of West Gate overnight on Wednesday into Thursday this week.
They include a quantity of foreign currency, a large quantity of loose sterling coins, in various containers, and a large pack of cigarettes.
Anyone who thinks that they may be the owners of the items, or anyone who may know the owners of the items or have further information, is asked to contact PC Matthew Holman from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are appealing to trace the owner of a suspected stolen motorbike.
The red and white off road bike, which has gold handlebars and a red seat, was recovered in South Bank recently.
Anyone who believes that they may be the owner or may know who the bike belongs to, is asked to contact Detective Inspector Mathew Hollingsworth on the non-emergency number 101.
The Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland, Councillor Dennis Teasdale, has celebrated sixty years of steel milling in Redcar and Cleveland with a special event to say 'thank you' to the team behind the milestone anniversary.
The Teesside Beam Mill in Redcar has been in operation since 1958 making steel for the construction industry. Exported all around the world, steel from Teesside has been used in iconic buildings including The Shard, Heathrow Airport and Kuala Lumpur's Petronas Towers.
A special 'Thank You' event was held at the Redcar & Cleveland Leisure & Community Heart to celebrate the milestone in our industrial heritage, with the Mayor paying tribute to British Steel's legacy and positive impact on local people.
Guest of Honour was Andy Williams, Plant Manager of Teesside Beam Mill.
Also speaking at the event was Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council Leader Councillor Sue Jeffrey along with Chief Executive Amanda Skelton CBE who stressed the importance of the steel industry as "the anchor that so many other local jobs rely on."