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Cleveland police investigate historic abuse in football

Cleveland Police have confirmed that they have received allegations of historic abuse. Credit: Cleveland Police.

Cleveland Police have confirmed that they have received allegations of historic abuse connected with football clubs on Teesside.

A spokesman has told ITV News that they relate to clubs at all levels of the game.

They've confirmed no further details, but say the allegations will be looked at as part of Operation Hydrant, which is a nation-wide investigation.

Similar allegations are being investigated by the Northumbria and North Yorkshire police forces.

Cleveland Police has received allegations of non-recent abuse associated with football at all levels and these allegations are being investigated.

All information relating to non-recent child sexual abuse allegations received by Cleveland Police is being forwarded to Operation Hydrant for the purpose of national operational coordination.

This involves collating and cross referencing all information received to avoid duplication, and ensure efficient and effective sharing of information.

– Cleveland Police spokesperson

Police identify man involved in fatal collision on the A689

A man who died following a collision on the A689 has now been identified.

Durham Police has identified Dean Iley, 21, as the driver of a Renault Clio. He was involved in a fatal accident on December 8, when he lost control of his car and left the road nearside.

Dean Iley has been identified as the driver of a Renault Clio involved in a fatal collision Credit: PA

It is believed that his car joined the A689 at Harperley roundabout and headed west towards Wolsingham for around half a mile prior to the collision.

Investigators would like to speak with anybody who may have seen the Renault Clio at or around this time.

Witnesses are asked to contact the collision investigation unit on 0191 375 2159 or 101 quoting incident reference number 485 of 8th December.

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