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Police are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage after a man was injured in Middlesbrough;

The trial of a man accused of murdering a toddler has been pushed back to the autumn;

...and Police are warning members of the public living in Normanby after the Force received five reports of burglaries or attempted burglaries in the last month.

 

Police are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage after a man was injured in Middlesbrough.

The incident happened around 12:05am on Sunday at the rear of the Cleveland Hotel on Linthorpe Road.

A 47-year-old man, who was on a pedal cycle, suffered two knife wounds to his back and arm, carried out by two suspects. 

He was taken to hospital for treatment and was later released.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers  anonymously on 0800 555 111.  

 

The trial of a man accused of murdering a toddler has been pushed back to the autumn.

27-year-old Adam Jackson is charged with murdering two-year-old Grace Thorpe in New Marske last November.

He denies the charge and pleaded not guilty at a court hearing in March.

Mr Jackson appeared at Teesside Crown Court yesterday, via link from HMP Durham, for a pre-trial review.

Prosecutors told the court that further expert evidence still needs to be served, and that more time would be needed.

As a result, a new trial date was set for Monday, November 29.

Another pre-trial review will also take place on September 27.

 

Police are warning members of the public living in Normanby after the Force received five reports of burglaries or attempted burglaries in the last month.

Officers are now offering crime prevention advice for anyone with a property, shed or garage. 

You should ensure your doors are locked and secure your windows as soon as you get in or are outside.

Don’t leave keys in the door, or by the door and keep them out of sight in a safe place.

Always keep sheds and garages locked, even when you’re at home

If you have any information about a crime, you should contact the police on the non-emergency number 101 or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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