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Two juveniles have been arrested following a report that a home in Eston was broken into and a woman assaulted;

Police searching for a missing 66-year-old man from Stokesley have released new images which appear to show him travelling by bus in the direction of Newcastle;

...and a popular Teesside convenience store has confirmed it will be closed for seven to 10 days after an electrical fire damaged the premises.

 

Two juveniles have been arrested following a report that a home in Eston was broken into and a woman assaulted.

Two 14-year-old males have been arrested on suspicion of burglary with intent to steal and remain in custody.

As we reported on Zetland FM yesterday, police received a report at around 4am on Tuesday morning that two unknown males had entered a woman's house and assaulted her causing a facial injury.

Enquiries are ongoing and anyone with any information or CCTV which may assist is asked to call the non-emergency number 101.

 

Police searching for a missing 66-year-old man from Stokesley have released new images which appear to show him travelling by bus in the direction of Newcastle.

66-year-old William Matthews was first circulated missing by North Yorkshire Police but when his vehicle was recovered near to Newport roundabout in Middlesbrough the search moved to Teesside.

Police are increasingly concerned for his welfare.

Officers now have footage which shows on Saturday at around 11am he boarded a ‘Go North East’ bus service which terminates in Newcastle.

William is described as white, 6ft tall, bald and with round shoulders.

Anyone with any information which may assist is asked to call Cleveland Police on 101..

 

A popular Teesside convenience store has confirmed it will be closed for seven to 10 days after an electrical fire damaged the premises.

The blaze broke out at the Premier store on The Avenue in Nunthorpe on Monday morning after a fault in a fuse box on the main line coming in to the property.

There were no injuries and the incident was quickly dealt with by the emergency services.


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