Members of the public are being warned about potentially dangerous prescription medication which was stolen from a vehicle in Middlesbrough;

Police have arrested three people on suspicion of drugs offences in our area;

...and the volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area.

 

Members of the public are being warned about potentially dangerous prescription medication which was stolen from a vehicle in Middlesbrough.

The incident happened overnight on Friday into Saturday in the Valley Road area.

A large brown paper bag containing a large amount of prescription medication was taken from the vehicle.

These prescribed drugs could be very dangerous if taken by anyone they weren't specifically prescribed for.

If you have any information or if you find the medication, please contact Cleveland Police on 101.

 

Police have arrested three people on suspicion of drugs offences in our area.

Officers from Guisborough and Greater Eston NPTs deployed multiple units last month in response to community intelligence about possible county lines drug dealing.

Police then stopped a Fiat Bravo on Redcar Road, Guisborough and searched the car and its occupants.

Two men, aged 25 and 34 and a 33-year-old woman were arrested after a quantity of suspected heroin was found, along with a bladed weapon and several mobile phones.

They were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place.  

All three were released on bail pending further enquiries.

 

The volunteers of the Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team have been called into action in our area.

Just after 7pm on Monday the team received a call from Cleveland Police control room staff who had taken a report from Humber Coastguard of an emergency distress beacon that was indicating as possibly originating in Guisborough Woods, not far from Highcliff Nab.

Five Team members were deployed in two Land Rovers however after a search on foot of the tracks and paths around the provided location, plus a wider sweep of Guisborough Woods, there was no trace of anything untoward and the team were stood down.

The owner of the device was later traced safe and well, and it was found to have been an unwitting activation with no ill will intended.

 


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