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 appealing for information after a 13-year-old girl was assaulted in Guisborough.
The girl was approached by two boys, aged 13 and 14, on the footpath along the beck at Stumps Cross yesterday between 3:30pm and 3:45pm.
She was pushed on the grass and has dog faeces wiped in her face.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on the non-emergency number 101.
The A171 Middlesbrough Road eastbound is closed and there is queueing traffic due to an accident between A173 / Middlesbrough Road (Windlebridge Roundabout) and A173 Church Lane / Church Lane. The police are directing traffic.
Following enquiries into reports of a 72-year-old who was robbed in Guisborough, two women have come forward with information leading police to believe they did not have any involvement in the robbery of the victim.
The mobile phone and purse are still missing however it is not clear whether the items have been stolen.
Police are appealing for information after a 72-year-old woman was robbed near to the Wilton House Veterinary Clinic on Wilton Lane in Guisborough.
It happened yesterday (January 10) at 2am. The victim was walking home from a night out when two women in their early thirties approached her and offered to walk her home.
As they walked down Wilton Lane, the victim stopped to get her keys out of her handbag and she dropped her umbrella.
As she picked the umbrella up, one of the women held the shoulder bag and took her phone and purse which contained money.
The women continued to walk the victim home and she did not realise the items had been stolen until later that morning.
One of the women is described as having long, dark hair and the other had a quiff in her hair.
They are both described as being of slim build and 5 ft 7” tall. They were dressed as though they had been on a night out.
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Police are appealing for information to trace a man who offered a lift home to an 11-year-old girl under the guise that he was a friend of her father.
The girl got into the black car on Church Lane, Guisborough, at 4pm on January 27. The man drove towards the roundabout leading to the A171. When the girl realised he was not who he claimed to be, and that he was not driving her home, she got out of the car.
The man is white, in his late 20s or early 30s, with a shaved or bald head and gold studs in his ears.
Anyone who witnessed anything is asked to contact police on 101.
A 19-year-old man has been arrested after a woman in her 90's was allegedly indecently assaulted in Guisborough.
The woman was in her car outside the Salvation Army shop on Westgate on December 7 when a man got into her car asking for a lift.
She drove down the street and reported being indecently assaulted shortly afterwards.
Police are hunting for a man after a report of an indecent assault on a woman in her 90s.
The woman was outside the Salvation Army shop on Westgate in Guisborough. She was in her car on the morning of December 7 when a man, believed to be a teenager, got into her car asking for a lift.
They drove down the street and the woman parked up around 300 yards further down Westgate outside Curtain Boutique. This is where the man indecently assaulted her.
The suspect is described as 18-20 years old, between 5’2” and 5’7” tall and of medium build. He has light brown hair and was wearing a black t-shirt with a small white motif on the chest, and blue jeans or trousers.
Actor and Strictly Come Dancing star Mark Benton will be at this year's Durham Book Festival.
The 48-year-old, from Guisborough, is appearing at Durham's Palace Green Library for an event celebrating Kenneth Grahame's classic novel The Wind in the Willows.
Mark, who played Mr Toad in Northern Stage's production of The Wind in the Willows in 2010, will be reading passages from the book from 11am.