Police have named the motorcyclist who died in a crash over bank holiday weekend as Sonny Stephenson.
The 17-year-old from Guisborough died at the junction of Bolckow Street and Hollymead Drive just before 9.30pm on 27 August.
The passenger of the bike was taken to James Cook University Hospital with injuries not thought to be life threatening.
Specialist officers continue to support Sonny’s family and inquiries into the crash on Bolckow Street are on-going.
Anyone who was in the area around the time of the incident and who has information is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101
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Police are growing increasingly concerned about a woman who has not been seen since Wednesday.
Linda Keating, 65, was last seen at her home in the Lorimers Close area of Peterlee on Wednesday, July 19, at about 8am.
She was wearing a three quarter length white coat, carrying a shoulder bag and a white plastic bag.
She is of slim build, wears glasses and has short wavy hair.
Sergeant Mike Todd said:
We are becoming increasingly concerned about the whereabouts of Linda. I would urge anyone who has seen her to get in touch.”
Please call Durham Police on 101 with any information, quoting incident number 229 of July 19.
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There have been no reports of missing children in the Redcar area or any other calls relating to a missing girl.
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