Police have charged a man in connection with thefts from vehicles in Redcar;

Police searching for a missing young woman have extended their appeal to London;

...and officers have arrested a man as Neighbourhood Policing Week continues in Middlesbrough.

 

Police have charged a man in connection with thefts from vehicles in Redcar.

The 31-year-old man, of West Dyke Road in the town, was arrested on Wednesday and subsequently charged with three counts of theft from motor vehicles and three attempted thefts from motor vehicles.

He was remanded in custody and appeared at Teesside Magistrates Court yesterday.

The charges relate to several motor vehicles offences that occurred in Redcar overnight on Tuesday.

 

Police searching for a missing young woman have extended their appeal to London.

20-year-old Annie Dryden disappeared on January 4th after boarding a train at James Cook University Hospital train station, in Middlesbrough, and getting off at Battersby in North Yorkshire.

Despite extensive searches over several weeks, efforts from authorities have been unsuccessful and Annie remains missing

Police have now extended their appeal to Sidcup in South East London and have asked the Metropolitan Police Service to share their appeal with local media and their communities after links between Annie and Sidcup were established.

Annie is described as white, around 5ft 10ins tall and of slim build.

She has dark hair with a distinctive blonde fringe and a scar above her top lip.

When she was last seen Annie was carrying a black and green backpack.

Anyone with information that could help to find Annie is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Officers have arrested a man as Neighbourhood Policing Week continues in Middlesbrough.

Neighbourhood Team officers arrested a man in possession of suspected stolen pedal cycles which they are hoping to reunite with their owners.

A 36-year-old man was stopped in possession of pedal bikes and a pick axe along with other suspected stolen property.

He was arrested on suspicion of theft and possession of an offensive weapon and was later bailed whilst enquiries continue.

Anyone with information regarding the owners of the bikes can contact Cleveland Police on 101.


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