Zetland FM Local News - 20th April 2022
Police say that enquiries are continuing into an incident at Saltburn beach near to the promenade on Monday evening;
Officers are investigating after five parked cars in Nunthorpe were smashed up and broke into;
...and Police are appealing for information after a report of a robbery in the Whale Hill area.
Police say that enquiries are continuing into an incident at Saltburn beach near to the promenade on Monday evening.
Officers received reports that pedestrians on and near to the beach had been injured when a blue Audi had left the road just after 8.15pm and had gone onto the beach, near to the Pier.
Two women are still receiving treatment at James Cook University Hospital for serious leg injuries, and two people received minor injuries and did not need medical treatment at the scene.
A man in his 70s remains under arrest.
Following enquiries, police tape remains in the area and the road and the promenade were reopened around 3am yesterday morning
Anyone who saw the blue Audi, who witnessed the incident or who may have footage of the incident, is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
Officers are investigating after five parked cars in Nunthorpe were smashed up and broke into.
The incident, which occurred on Sunday just off Poole Roundabout at the entrance to Grey Towers Farm, saw a number of parked cars fall victim to "opportunists" who broke in via the windows.
Photos taken at the scene show two vehicles with at least two side windows smashed in.
Cleveland Police confirmed the incidents occurred between 2.10pm and 2.45pm on Cotcliffe Way, Nunthorpe.
The force said no items have been reported stolen.
Police are appealing for information after a report of a robbery in the Whale Hill area.
The incident occurred on Friday at around 12.30pm, behind Whale Hill shops.
The victim, who is in her 40s, reported being pushed to the ground by an unknown person who then stolen cash from the victim and made off from the scene.
The victim hit her head as she was pushed to the ground and has suffered a minor head injury, as well as other cuts and bruises.
The attacker is described as wearing dark coloured clothing and a balaclava.
Anyone with information, any witnesses, or anyone with CCTV is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.