Robson Currie has since been found.
Police are appealing for help to find a 19-year-old man from Hartlepool who has gone missing.
Robson Currie was last seen on the evening of Monday 9th January.
Officers say it is out of character for Robson to go missing and not to be in contact with his family.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101
After CCTV footage of a cat being attacked by a dog and then kicked by a man, the dog's owner, the RSPCA has launched an investigation.Read the full story ›
Temporary flood gates have been installed in Hartlepool to protect the Headland against a possible tidal surge.Read the full story ›
A jury has been sworn in at the trial of a man accused of murdering a Hartlepool woman.
The body of Norma Bell, 79, was found in her house, on Westbourne Road, on the 3rd of April last year.
Gareth Dack, 33, denies murder and a charge of arson as to endanger life.
The trial is expected to last around 2 weeks.
Hartlepool United fans will be able to watch their team play Crawley Town for as little as £1 as part of a "Pay What You Can" scheme.Read the full story ›
Hartlepool Council have announced they will be raising council tax by 4.9%.Read the full story ›
Medal-winning Paralympians headed to a school in Hartlepool to teach children how to swim.Read the full story ›
Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett still believes they can climb up the league table despite picking up one win in their last five games.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident in which a 16-year- old girl suffered a broken ankle and shin in Hartlepool.
The incident, which is believed to have involved a Ford Mondeo taxi, happened at around 4.30pm on Thursday 22nd December on Raby Road near to the junction of Middleton Road.
The girl was taken to the University Hospital of North Tees for treatment and required surgery for her injuries.
Any independent witnesses are asked to contact PC Amanda Stokes from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101, quoting event number 231698.
A man from Hartlepool in County Durham is going the extra mile for charity.
Paul Suggitt will be running, walking and riding a total of ten thousand miles before the end of 2017.
It is all in aid of raising money for children with rare forms of cancer.
@paul_suggitt is starting a "10,000 miles in 365 days" challenge January 1st 2017 by walking,running and cycling just over a marathon a day.
33 miles from Bridlington to the Humber Bridge on the bike. Now to get the running gear on and run across the bridg… https://t.co/YtG3UzMAo1
South Humberside. A nice couple of miles run across from North to South Humberside.Awesome. Day 3 of the first leg… https://t.co/9Vj2I7q92g
If you would like to track and follow Paul's journey, you can do so here: http://bit.ly/2j52vmy