Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy and recovered a suspected stolen vehicle after it was allegedly stolen in a 2-in-1 burglary in Redcar;

Neighbourhood policing officers have arrested two youths on suspicion of breaching a 48-hour dispersal order put in place in Berwick Hills;

...and student police officers in our area have been praised after raising money for charity.

 

Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy and recovered a suspected stolen vehicle after it was allegedly stolen in a 2-in-1 burglary in Redcar.

The suspected stolen vehicle, a Range Rover, was reportedly stolen last week.

At around 1:15 yesterday morning an off-duty officer spotted the suspected stolen Range Rover travelling along the A174 at speed and it was then followed by officers along the Coast Road and on to Marske High Street.

After a short pursuit the Range Rover collided with metal railings and the driver ran off but was detained with the help of officers from Cleveland Police Dog Unit.

The driver, a 15-year-old boy, was arrested on suspicion of burglary, dangerous driving, failing to stop and assault on an emergency worker, after allegedly spitting at the arresting officer.

He was taken into police custody.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Redcar and Cleveland CID on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Neighbourhood policing officers have arrested two youths on suspicion of breaching a 48-hour dispersal order put in place in Berwick Hills.

Five youths were directed to leave the area under the order, which gives officers the power to disperse groups of youths from a specified zone immediately for a period of 48 hours, and if they return within that time frame they can then be arrested for being in breach of the order.

Two of the youths who allegedly returned to the area were arrested and later bailed pending further enquiries.

 

Student police officers in our area have been praised after raising money for charity.

The Cleveland Police student officer cohort which passed out in December 2022 raised over £1,600 for the MS Society and Cancer Research UK.

As part of their training, each cohort is challenged with raising money for good causes and the students chose the two charities as a number of them have lost family members to cancer or have close ones who are living with multiple sclerosis.

The money was raised by a host of activity including a running challenge, a football raffle, fundraising scratch cards and bake sales.


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