Following the Manchester Arena terror attack, Cleveland Police are urging people to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity.Read the full story ›
The police force say events taking place over the bank holiday weekend will still see an increased police presence.Read the full story ›
Police seized cannabis worth an estimated £30,000 from a garage in Middlesbrough as a result of information from the local community.Read the full story ›
The 28-year-old man was taken to James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough with a fractured vertebrae as well as other injuries.Read the full story ›
Drug users are being warned about the risk of harmful batches of heroin being circulated.Read the full story ›
Almost 80 drivers a day were caught by police in a week-long crackdown on speeding.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information after Maplin’s store at Teesside Retail Park was broken into.Read the full story ›
Owen Goddard has now been found safe and well.
Owen Goddard has been missing since 9.30am on Friday 7th April.
When he was last seen he was believed to be wearing, grey Nike trainers, a grey tracksuit and a black jacket.
Owen has been missing for 5 days and concerns have grown regarding his safety.
He is still believed to be in the Middlesbrough area.
Anyone with any information as to his whereabouts is urged to contact police.
Cleveland Police is supporting a national knife amnesty called Save A Life And Surrender Your Knife.Read the full story ›
Cleveland Police were called just before 7pm on Friday evening to a report of a body at Huntcliff in Saltburn.
Officers and Coastguard colleagues attended the scene and found the bodies of two 17-year-old boys at the cliffs.
Police say enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances of exactly what happened.
The families of the boys are being supported by specialist officers and our thoughts remain with them at this difficult time.
Any witnesses who may have been in the area of Huntcliff around the time of the incident are asked to contact Detective Sergeant Paul Hodgson from Cleveland Police Major Crime Team on the non-emergency number 101.