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Two men, aged 35 and 38, have been arrested in connection with a robbery at a Post Office on Rimswell Parade in Stockton on 12 December.
The men have been bailed pending further enquiries.
Detectives are continuing to make enquiries into the robbery and are appealing for anyone with information to contact them on the non-emergency number 101.
A 13-year-old schoolgirl is in a stable condition in hospital after suffering a serious leg injury in a school sports hall.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service was called to Stockton-on-Tees at around 10.57am yesterday (13th December)
After being given strong pain relief she was taken to the University Hospital of North Tees by road.
Investigations are continuing after what's believed to be an armed robbery at the post office on Rimswell Parade in Stockton.
Officers were called at around 3pm to reports that four people with their faces covered entered the post office and took a 'substantial amount 'of money before leaving in a car.
Witnesses say that the men had a knife - although this is still being checked out by officers.
Staff were left shaken but unhurt.
Police would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the robbery, or who may have seen a Zafira in the immediate area at the time, possibly driving at speed or erratically.
Stockton High Street has been officially named as one of the best in the country.
The High Street was crowned the winner of the Great British High Street of the Year Awards’ Rising Star category at a ceremony in London today.
This year’s competition saw a record 900 entries across all 14 categories, with winners being decided by a combination of scores from a judging visit and a public vote.
And after reaching a shortlist of three, Stockton High Street, which has undergone a £38m regeneration, beat off the competition to scoop the prestigious accolade.
This is a truly great result and we are so grateful to everyone that voted for Stockton High Street. To be awarded this accolade...is wonderful."
The bid theme, “All the world’s a stage”, recognised the regenerated High Street’s ability to host events like cycling championships, street theatre and specialist markets.
It’s really impressive the way that Stockton has drawn the link between performance and entertainment and creating a real thriving hub of a High Street.”
To win such a sought after national award is validation of all of the hard work and investment we’ve put into our magnificent High Street – it’s an immensely proud day for us. It’s particularly pleasing that the cornerstone of this success has been our relentless determination to deliver a town centre that is distinct from others – one that is built not just on retail, but on our history and heritage and our reputation for events and markets. By putting on events like SIRF, specialist markets, fireworks, and the Cycling Festival, we are giving people another great reason to come into town and boosting local trade at the same time. It’s a great example of how the Council supports the local economy. I’d like to thank everybody who voted for the High Street and helped it to win. We couldn’t be happier and we look forward to it going from strength to strength. We still have a long way to go, this is just a work in progress, but this award gives us the confidence that we’re on the right path.”
As winners, Stockton BID will now get a share of a prize pot worth £100,000, alongside expert training from Google’s digital taskforce for its shops, bars and restaurants, and a trip to Twitter UK’s London office to further boost their social media skills.
A Teesside high street could be named as one of the 'Best in the Country' if it wins a national award.
Stockton High Street has been shortlisted in the 'Rising Star' category of the Great British High Street competition.
The competition celebrates the great work that is being done to revive, adapt and diversify the nation’s high streets.
This year’s competition saw 900 entries across 14 categories.
If Stockton wins it will get a share of a prize pot worth £100,000, as well as expert training from Google’s digital taskforce for its shops, bars and restaurants.
There will also be a trip to Twitter UK’s London office to further boost their social media skills.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in London today.