Emergency services have been called to a large fire in our area;

Police are appealing for CCTV and witnesses after two boys were victims of a robbery in Saltburn;

...and officers are appealing to trace the owner of a suspected stolen pedal cycle which was recovered in the Netherfields area of Middlesbrough.

 

Emergency services have been called to a large fire in our area.

Fire crews were called to a blaze at Ormesby Grange Farm, on Wednesday, where approximately 500 bales of hay were alight inside a barn.

Six fire engines were sent to the scene to deal with the fire, with images showing flames rising from two barns as smoke billows from the site.

Crews were initially called at 5.46pm to the incident, but two engines remained at the scene over 15 hours later at 9am yesterday, both on protective standby and to dampen down the area.

The cause of the fire is not yet known.

 

Police are appealing for CCTV and witnesses after two boys were victims of a robbery in Saltburn.

The incident happened around 7:45pm on Wednesday 19th July as two boys aged 14 and 16 were on their bikes near to the skatepark on Woodrow Avenue when two males approached them and one dragged one of the boys from their bike.

A knife was shown by one of the suspects and both boys ran off towards Woodrow Avenue and Marske Road before calling emergency services.

It is not known which direction the two suspects left the scene on the two bikes.

The two suspects are described as wearing tracksuits and black balaclavas.

Officers would appeal for CCTV from the area from around 7pm on Wednesday 19th July which may assist the investigation and would also appeal to any witnesses to come forward.

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

 

Officers are appealing to trace the owner of a suspected stolen pedal cycle which was recovered in the Netherfields area of Middlesbrough.

The bike is a Cannondale Enigma road bike in silver.

Anyone who thinks they may know the owner of the bike is asked to contact PCSO Helen Barron at Coulby Newham Police Station on the non-emergency number 101.


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