Two men have been arrested and officers are looking for three other men, in connection with an incident which left a 35-year-old man in a serious condition in hospital;

Police are investigating a suspicious incident in which a man approached an elderly woman in Guisborough as she was using the cashpoint;

...and an innovative new pilot scheme designed to understand the root causes of fly-tipping with a view to achieving long-term solutions has been initiated in a small community.

 

Two men have been arrested and officers are looking for three other men, in connection with an incident which left a 35-year-old man in a serious condition in hospital.

The incident happened around 8.20pm on Friday at an address in Hubbard Walk in Middlesbrough, when the victim was shot at with a firearm.

Two men, aged 25 and 19, both from Middlesbrough, were arrested over the weekend on suspicion of attempted murder.

The 25-year-old has been charged with Attempted Murder and the 19-year-old has been released on police bail.

Officers are continuing to look for three other men in connection with the incident.

Two of the men have been named as 25-year-old Nathan Blagg, and 22-year-old Michael Kinlan, both from Middlesbrough.

Officers are urging anyone who thinks they might have seen Nathan or Michael to get in touch with Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Police are investigating a suspicious incident in which a man approached an elderly woman in Guisborough as she was using the cashpoint.

The incident happened at around 1pm on Sunday on Westgate in the town.

The man is described as white, 6 feet tall, of slim build and in his 40s. 

He had a tanned complexion, black shiny slicked back hair and he was wearing a turquoise jacket and black or blue jeans and white trainers. He had a brown paper bag with him.

Police are appealing for anyone with information, doorbell or dashcam or CCTV footage which could help ongoing enquiries to get in touch on the non-emergency number 101.

 

An innovative new pilot scheme designed to understand the root causes of fly-tipping with a view to achieving long-term solutions has been initiated in a small community.

Carlin How has been chosen - NOT because it is one of the worst areas for fly-tipping – it isn’t - but because of its strong community spirit.

The idea is for lessons to be learned in the area which will lead to solutions for the entire borough and beyond.

There are two related schemes. The first focuses on engaging – in detail – with residents in the area. The second will focus on enforcement and investigation of the crime.

Grant funding has come from Government and a ‘joined-up’ approach has been adopted by the Council involving colleagues from a number of teams from across the authority.


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