Latest Press Releases

Please find below the latest press release issued by Cleveland Police's Press Office


17/06/2019

Coroner’s Appeal – Stuart Simon Lee Scott

The coroner is appealing to trace the relatives of 55-year-old Stuart Simon Lee Scott who sadly passed away at a property on Market Place, Guisborough on Monday 17 June.

Read more 13/06/2019

Robbery at McColl’s in Stockton

Police are appealing for information after a robbery occurred at McColl’s on Stockton High Street.

Read more 05/06/2019

Robbery on Winterbottom Avenue, Hartlepool

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was robbed in Hartlepool. The incident occurred on Tuesday 4 June at around 1:40pm when a 48-year-old man was dragged to the ground by two unknown men while passing through a short walkway in Winterbottom Avenue, directly opposite Holdforth Road.

Read more 04/06/2019

National Volunteers’ Week – Our Mini Volunteers!

This year’s national Volunteers’ Week coincides with Grangetown Primary School’s Mini Police Unit doing the first in a series of sponsored relays (“Miles for Marley”) in support of their friend and fellow Mini Police “Officer” Marley Gill.

Read more 29/05/2019

Event aims to tackle fraud as more than £800k is scammed from local people

Cleveland Police and a charity are offering an evening of advice on fraud as it’s revealed more than 150 people each month are reporting these crimes.

Read more 29/05/2019

Coroner's Appeal - Malcolm Alderton

The coroner is appealing to trace the relatives of 75-year-old Malcolm Alderton who sadly passed away at a property on Rydal Road, Stockton on Tuesday 28 May.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.

Any relatives please contact Teesside Coroners Service on 01642 729350.

Read more 28/05/2019

Witness Appeal after Incident of Criminal Damage in Middlesbrough

Police are appealing for witnesses of criminal damage to a taxi on Marton Road in Middlesbrough.

Read more 23/05/2019

New Recruit Arrests Two Men in Relation to Turbo Thefts

Newly trained PC Poppy Fisher went above and beyond the call of duty last week after a business in Wynyard reported a large number of turbo devices worth thousands of pounds stolen from their property.

Read more 14/05/2019

Fail to stop collision on Woodlands Road, Middlesbrough

Police are appealing for information after a fail to stop collision occurred on Woodlands Road in Middlesbrough.

Read more 14/05/2019

Appeal after Burglary in Hartlepool

  Police are appealing for information following a house burglary in Hartlepool.

Read more 13/05/2019

With a Walk, Skip and a Jump, Mini Police Travel “Miles for Marley”

Cleveland’s Mini Police will walk, skip and jump nearly 70 miles this summer to raise money for a charity which is helping one of their own.

Read more 03/05/2019

Naheed Khan Murder Investigation Continues One Year On

Monday 6th May 2019 marks one year since missing Naheed Khan’s bank account was last accessed.

Read more 03/05/2019

Permanent Knife Bin to be Available to Surrender Knives in Cleveland

A permanent knife bin where people can surrender their knives and sharp objects will be placed in Middlesbrough Police Station.

 

Read more 02/05/2019

29 Driving Offences Detected During Heavy Goods Operation

Officers found a driver rolling a cigarette with no hands on the steering wheel of his van on a busy dual carriageway during a campaign to detect offences carried out by the drivers of large goods vehicles across Cleveland and Durham.

Read more 29/04/2019

Multi Agency Success for Partners Tackling Antisocial Riders on Eston Hills

Off road and quad bike riders along with 4x4 drivers intent on riding illegally on the Eston Hills yesterday (Sunday 28th April) were met by a large scale multi agency operation, which even involved the use of a drone for the first time!

Read more 25/04/2019

Over 500 search operations led by Cleveland Police specialists

Cleveland Police’s specially trained search advisers have led over five hundred searches in the past five years.

Read more 24/04/2019

Road Safety Warning after Reports of Children on Busy Dual Carriageways

Road safety officers are asking parents to warn their children of the dangers of crossing major roads like the A174, A66 and A19 after reports of children attempting to cross them or playing on the central reservation.

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