Police are appealing for information after a takeaway delivery driver was robbed in North Tyneside.
Two men approached the driver and he returned to his car. They demanded money and a quantity was taken. The incident happened at 9.25pm on October 10 in Swindale Drive in Killingworth.
The 34-year-old driver was not injured.
Any witnesses are asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101.
The Northumberland Masons will be holding a charity rugby fun day at the Percy Hedley Sports Academy at Killingworth. There will be live bands, wheelchair rugby, classic motorbikes and climbing. The day will end with a match between Northumberland and Durham masons.
It follows the theft of equipment from the academy's van. A theft that took place outside while members were attending a presentation.
The news has come as a huge blow to the staff at Percy Hedley - Kenny Toal reports:
The Percy Hedley Foundation, in Killingworth, provides care and education for children with cerebral palsy. The school attracts youngsters from all over the country. Derek Proud took a tour of the school.
Concern is growing for a teenager who has been missing from North Tyneside for six days.
Katherine Wilson left her West Wynd address in Killingworth on Saturday, June 16, after an argument. The 15-year-old has not been seen since.
Police say she could be with an 18-year-old man.