Police are appealing for information following a road collision in North Ormesby which left a 12-year-old boy with serious injuries;

Officers are appealing for information and any relevant dashcam footage after five cars were damaged and a driver was injured when rocks were thrown from a bridge over a a busy road in our area;

...and a dispersal order has been put in place in Ormesby to tackle anti-social behaviour in the area.

 

Police are appealing for information following a road collision in North Ormesby which left a 12-year-old boy with serious injuries.

At 5:40pm on Sunday the 12-year-old was riding on a black electronic scooter on Kinnersley Street, heading towards Maltby Street.

A black VW Touareg travelling along Maltby Street towards Macbean Street collided with the scooter at the junction.

The driver of the Touareg did not remain at the scene of the collision and officers are seeking information on this vehicle and its driver.

The child was taken to hospital with a fracture to his skull, an open wound to his head, a bleed on the brain, a fractured collar bone, fractured right knee, fractured left leg and lacerations to his right leg.

Officers are urging the driver of the vehicle to come forward, and asking witnesses to the collision, or anyone with CCTV, doorbell or dashcam footage to contact them on the non-emergency number 101.

 

Officers are appealing for information and any relevant dashcam footage after five cars were damaged and a driver was injured when rocks were thrown from a bridge over a a busy road in our area.

At around 7.10pm on Tuesday it was reported that a man was throwing large stones at vehicles from the Ormesby Cobblestone rail bridge which runs over the A174.

Five vehicles were damaged and a driver sustained facial injuries as a result of being struck in the face by a stone which penetrated the windscreen of their vehicle.

Police say this is an extremely serious incident and officers are urging any witnesses or anyone with CCTV or dashcam footage to contact them on 101.

 

A dispersal order has been put in place in Ormesby to tackle anti-social behaviour in the area.

The 48-hour order came into force at 3pm yesterday afternoon and runs until 3pm tomorrow across the Ormesby area.

A dispersal order gives officers the powers to ask anyone in large groups to leave the area for 48 hours.

If they return, they could be arrested for breaching the order.

Officers will be conducting high visibility patrols and anyone suspected of being involved in antisocial behaviour will be asked to leave the area.


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