Cleveland Police are appealing for information and any witnesses following an assault in Middlesbrough;

Police have been praised for their speedy response after a man was arrested less than two hours after officers visited the victim, obtained CCTV, and identified a suspect;

...and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have announced that they will be carrying out work in Guisborough today and tomorrow.

 

Cleveland Police are appealing for information and any witnesses following an assault in Middlesbrough.

The incident occurred on Saturday at around 6.10pm on Newport Road in the town.

It is reported that five males assaulted a man leaving him with multiple fractures.

The suspects have then made off in the direction of Marsh Street, heading down towards Ithica Films.

Officers are appealing for anyone with information to contact them on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Police have been praised for their speedy response after a man was arrested less than two hours after officers visited the victim, obtained CCTV, and identified a suspect.

Shortly after 10.30pm on Friday night a householder in the Longlands area of Middlesbrough reported they had disturbed a man inside their address.

The victim then noticed bank cards, cash and sentimental items had been stolen.

After an alert that a bank card had been used at a nearby petrol station officers immediately examined CCTV and attended the garage, locating and arresting a man at 00:20am.

Further CCTV enquiries led to the 30-year-old man being charged with burglary.

He attended Teesside Magistrates Court on Monday this week and was remanded as he was wanted on recall to prison.

 

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council have announced that they will be carrying out work in Guisborough today and tomorrow.

The council says that as part of the Levelling Up improvements in the town there is a need to carry out survey works at various locations on Westgate today and tomorrow. 

This means that in some areas, small sections of road and footpaths will be lifted to see underground.

These areas, which will be cordoned off, will be returned to how they were found once the surveys are completed. 

The council has apologised for any inconvenience this may cause.


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