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Three men have been arrested following reports of three burglaries and a ram raid in our area in the early hours of yesterday;

Thousands of homes across Teesside and North Yorkshire have been left without television and radio reception after a fire at a broadcast transmission mast which serves our area;

...and the MFC Foundation bus is returning to Redcar High Street today to offer Covid-19 vaccinations for free, with no appointment needed.

 

Three men have been arrested following reports of three burglaries and a ram raid in our area in the early hours of yesterday.

Officers received a report of a ram raid on Birchington Avenue at around ten to one yesterday morning.

This was then followed by reports of burglaries in St Patricks Road in Grangetown, Cannock Road in Middlesbrough and Caernarvon Close in Teesville, with cars reportedly being stolen during the course of these burglaries.

Officers from the Incident Response Team and Cleveland Police Dog Support Unit assisted in locating, detaining and arresting three males aged 18, 19 and 20, who were taken into police custody.

Anyone with information or may have witnessed the incidents is asked to contact Redcar & Cleveland CID on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Thousands of homes across Teesside and North Yorkshire have been left without television and radio reception after a fire at a broadcast transmission mast which serves our area.

The base of the Bilsdale signal mast, which is located on moorland above Helmsley, caught fire yesterday afternoon.

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service sent crews from Helmsley, Thirsk, Danby and Coulby Newham to deal with the blaze.

Yesterday evening they confirmed that the fire had been extinguished and a cordon has been put in place around the mast whilst investigations continue.

It is not yet known when TV and radio services will be restored.

 

The MFC Foundation bus is returning to Redcar High Street today to offer Covid-19 vaccinations for free, with no appointment needed.

Anyone aged between 18 and 39 can receive their first vaccination, or second Pfizer vaccination providing it has been at least 8 weeks since their first.

The bus will be on Redcar High Street from 9am until 6:45pm and as many people as possible are being urged to grab a jab in order to help tackle Covid-19.


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