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Man arrested after three indecent exposures

North Yorkshire Police officers have been questioning a man.

A man has been arrested in connection with three incidents of indecent exposure in the Norton area of North Yorkshire.

The first incident happened on Saturday 29th July on a path between Milburn Crescent and Ida Street.

Another two incidents were reported on Monday 31st July and Tuesday 1st August in the bushes in the park close to Milburn Crescent.

A man, aged 31, has been released under investigation.

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Police say hammer attack linked to other burglaries in Norton

A man, aged 69, has been beaten over the head with a hammer during a burglary at his home on Teesside.

It happened at a property on Imperial Cerscent, Norton, on Thursday afternoon.

The victim was treated in hospital for head injuries, and later discharged.

Cleveland Police now say they are linking the incident to two other burglaries on Imperial Crescent earlier the same day, one at 1.55pm and another at 3.20pm.

Jewellery was taken during the burglary at 1.55pm but nothing was stolen during the burglary at 3.20pm.

Two men, aged 39 and 43, have been arrested on suspicion of aggravated burglary and they remain in police custody this morning.

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Hammer attack on Teesside burglary victim

A man, aged 69, has been beaten over the head with a hammer during a burglary at his home on Teesside.

It happened at a property on Imperial Cerscent, Norton, on Thursday afternoon.

The victim was treated in hospital for head injuries, and later discharged.

Cleveland Police say the aggravated burglary is being linked to two other incidents on the same street earlier that day.

Two men, aged 39 and 43, have been arrested.

Jail term 'not long enough' for Shane's killers

The former girlfriend of murder victim Shane Tunney says the jail sentence handed to his killers 'is not long enough'.

The seven teenagers responsible for the 24-year-old's death were jailed for a combined total of 52 years at Teesside Crown Court.

However, Vix Cooper believes the gang should have been given longer.

Shane 'saved my life' says attack victim

The friend of murder victim Shane Tunney says the 24-year-old 'saved my life' when the pair were attacked by seven teenagers in June last year.

Anthony Kirk, 21, was on his way to buy a take-away in Norton with Shane Tunney when they were assaulted in the early hours of the morning.

Mr Kirk was hit with a metal pole during the attack, while Mr Tunney was left unconscious in the road and died just over a month later in hospital.

The seven teenagers were sentenced to a total of 51 years and nine months in prison at Teesside Crown Court.

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