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Growing concern for missing Peterlee woman

Have you seen Linda? Credit: Cleveland police

Police are growing increasingly concerned about a woman who has not been seen since Wednesday.

Linda Keating, 65, was last seen at her home in the Lorimers Close area of Peterlee on Wednesday, July 19, at about 8am.

She was wearing a three quarter length white coat, carrying a shoulder bag and a white plastic bag.

She is of slim build, wears glasses and has short wavy hair.

Sergeant Mike Todd said:

We are becoming increasingly concerned about the whereabouts of Linda. I would urge anyone who has seen her to get in touch.”

Please call Durham Police on 101 with any information, quoting incident number 229 of July 19.

– Sergeant Mike Todd

Concern for missing woman from Peterlee

Linda Keating Credit: Durham Constabulary

Police say there is concern for a missing woman from Peterlee.

Linda Keating, 65, went missing from the Lorimer’s Close area at 8am on 19 July.

She was last seen wearing a three quarter length white coat, carrying a shoulder bag and a white plastic bag.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.

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Four arrested in drugs raids in County Durham

Police carried out searches in Horden and Peterlee. Credit: Durham Police

Police have arrested four people during raids on five properties in Horden and Peterlee, County Durham.

A large quantity of drugs and cash was also recovered during Operation Malden.

"The operation demonstrates Durham Constabulary’s commitment to tackling and disrupting those who profit from the misery caused through drug supply."

– Spokesman, Durham Police

Firefighters tackle Peterlee blaze

County Durham & Darlington Fire and Rescue teams have been tackling a fire on an industrial estate in Peterlee.

It's now under control and there is no risk to any other businesses or homes. A full investigation is now beginning.

Could you be a County Durham running 'leader'?

Credit: PA

County Durham Sport is looking for running 'leaders' to encourage others to join running groups in the area.

County Durham Sport want to both new beginners and more experienced runners, particularly in Peterlee and East Durham.

Running can be a great way to help you get more active. Regardless of your age or fitness level, if you’ve never run before or haven’t run for years, running can be very accessible and flexible. It’s not expensive, all you need is a decent pair of trainers and a little bit of encouragement and support.

– Becks Lippe from County Durham Sport
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