Police have release CCTV footage of a woman they would like to speak to regarding the theft of bottles of FCUK perfume from Sports Direct in Scarborough.
At around 11am on Saturday July 29 July the woman pictured was seen to enter the store.
A number of bottles of FCUK perfume totalling £70 were taken from a display stand near the front entrance of the shop, without any attempt to pay being made.
Police are conducting enquiries and are requesting the public's assistance to identify the woman pictured.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman, 71, was assaulted in a pub in Scarborough.
A man pushed the woman, causing her to hit a table as she fell to the ground at the Newcastle Packet pub. The woman was not seriously hurt in the incident on 21 May.
Officers have released a CCTV image of a man they believe could help them with investigations.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
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The Humber Coastguard is still trying to contact the owner of a yacht which ran aground in Scarborough harbour, sparking a search this morning.
The yacht was known to have left the harbour, with two people on board, at around 5pm yesterday evening, 15th May. When it was found empty this morning, Tuesday 16th May, there were fears that the two crew could have fallen overboard and an inshore lifeboat was launched, along with a helicopter and two coastguard patrols to search for them.
The search was called off when one crew member contacted the coastguard to say the engine had cut out and he and the boat's owner had got off when it ran aground. But so far the coastguard and police have been unable to contact the yacht's owner to verify the account.
They say if he is safe, then a simple phone call would have saved them considerable time and effort and money on the search.
A secondary school in Scarborough is being evacuated again this morning, North Yorkshire council has confirmed.
Police are on site at Graham School following an incident and are searching the school buildings, according to the council.
Officials have confirmed that students are being kept safe on the school site but parents are being asked to collect their children or to make arrangements for them to return home.
Students undertaking GCSE exams today will be transported to Scalby School. Graham School will be shut until further notice.
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