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Body found on cliff at Saltburn

The cliffs above Saltburn. Credit: Owen Humphreys/PA Archive/PA Images

Police were called at 1pm following concerns for a man who was seen on the top of Huntcliff in Saltburn.

Emergency services found a body on the cliff.

The Coastguard helicopter is helping to recover the body and take it to James Cook University Hospital.

Teenagers arrested after Skelton and Saltburn fires

Three teenagers have been arrested in connection with fires in Skelton and Saltburn.

The fires happened on the morning of 21 April. One at Skelton Castle and the other at The Fairways in Saltburn. In the second incident, a detached garage was set alight.

All three males, aged 13, 17 and 19 have been released from custody with no bail conditions whilst enquiries continue.

Appeal after motorcycle and car crash in Saltburn

A motorcyclist is recovering after a crash in Saltburn.

A Citroen Berlingo and a Honda motorcycle collided on the A174/A1085 Marske Road roundabout eastbound exit. It happened at around 8.30am on 26 April.

A 30-year-old man suffered a broken leg and dislocated shoulder. He was taken to James Cook University Hospital for treatment.

Any witnesses are asked to contact police on 101.


Online tributes paid to teenagers who died in cliff tragedy

The 17 year olds died in Saltburn on Friday night Credit: Cleveland Police

Tributes are being paid on social media to two teenage boys from East Cleveland who died in Saltburn on Friday night.

Alex Yeoman and Harry Watson were both 17.

Police were called to the scene at the foot of Huntcliff in Saltburn after reports that a body had been found there.

When they arrived they found the bodies of both boys.

The coastguard helicopter was called in and winched them onboard before flying to James Cook University Hospital.

News of the boys' death has shocked many who knew them and messages have been placed on Facebook in memory of the teenagers.

Police say the circumstances surrounding their deaths are not suspicious but are investigating exactly what happened.

They're appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

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