Police are appealing to trace the whereabouts of 30-year-old Margaret Moorhouse from Middlesbrough.
She was last seen at a property on Basil Street in Middlesbrough on Tuesday 2nd August.
It is believed she may have travelled to Southern Ireland, possibly the Dublin area with family members.
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Detectives have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to after a serious assault in Middlesbrough that left a man in a critical condition.
Police would like to speak to the man shown in the image below as he may be able to help with their inquiries.
The assault took place on Linthorpe Road outside Gigi’s Pizza Shop at around 2.05am on Saturday 9th July.
A 48-year-old man from Middlesbrough was approached by another man who assaulted him in an unprovoked attack.
The suspect made off towards Princess Road.
The victim remains in James Cook University Hospital in a critical condition.
A number of people who helped with first aid have yet to come forward, including a woman who identified herself as a nurse.
The police want these people to come forward and speak to them.
Police are looking to trace a missing 15-year-old girl in Middlesbrough.
Aleisha Summerhill was last seen at an address on Willowbank in Coulby Newham at midday yesterday ( Sunday 17th July)
She's described as being 5 foot tall, of slim build and she was last seen wearing leggings and a grey hooded top.
It is believed she might be in the Pallister Park area of Middlesbrough.
More than £1.5million worth of cannabis plants, crack cocaine, heroin and amphetamine have gone up in smoke.
The drugs were destroyed in a furnace after being seized from criminals across Cleveland.
Detective Inspector Steve Kappell, from the Community Drugs Enforcement
Team, said: “Seizing these drugs has meant that we have been able to stop
them getting onto the streets of Cleveland, into the hands of people who could sell them on and potentially cause serious harm."
Anyone with information regarding drugs activity is asked to contact Cleveland Police’s Community Drugs Enforcement Team on 101 or their confidential hotline on 0800 929 702.
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A 13-year-old girl has had dog poo smeared on her face after being assaulted in Guisborough.
It happened on Tuesday 5th July on the footpath which runs along the beck at Stumps Cross.
The incident happened between 3:30pm and 3:45pm when the girl was approached by four male teenagers, aged between 13 and 14-years-old.
They pushed her onto the grass, and one of them, who was wearing a plastic glove, wiped dog faeces on her.
The men were all wearing green jumpers and ran away from the scene.
Police are searching for missing 54-year-old Gillian Sandra Bailey.
She last seen at an address on Battersby Green, Carlton in Stockton on Friday (24th June) at 115pm.
She is described as a white female, 5 foot 11” tall, of very slim build and with grey collar length hair.
Cleveland Police say, once again, they have received reports of people throwing stones at cars from the footbridge over the A19 between the Mandale interchange and the Tees flyover.
The incidents happened on Monday (19th June) between 8:20pm and 9:20pm.
A black Vauxhall Vectra, a green Fiat 500, a white Vauxhall Corsa, and a HGV truck were all damaged as a result of the incidents.
No one was injured.
One of the objects - thought to be a stone - thrown at cars had flipped up and smashed into the window of a box van causing significant damage to the windscreen.
The driver was uninjured.
It is believed a group of youths are responsible for the incidents and officers have visited a nearby estate to speak with residents for them to advise youths on the dangers of stone throwing.
“It is clear that these youths do not understand the extremely dangerous consequences of their actions by throwing objects at moving vehicles and I am concerned to hear that these incidents are still happening.
“Thankfully so far, no one has been severely injured or killed but eventually this could happen if these incidents do not stop.
“Do these youths want death on their conscience as a result of their irresponsible behaviours? How would they feel if one of their friends or family members was injured or killed as a result of someone throwing a stones at their vehicles.
“I am certain they would be absolutely devastated and this shocking behaviour should not be encouraged.
“I would like the parents of these children involved to step up and play their part in educating their children on the serious dangers of throwing objects at vehicles before someone dies.
“Anyone found to be carrying out such acts will face the full force of the law.”