Police have released the photograph of a man they are trying to trace in connection with drugs and money laundering offences.
The family of a missing man from Stockton are renewing their appeal to the public for their help to locate him.
More acts have been announced to play at the Stockton Weekender on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July.
Fire services at the scene of a blaze in Stockton say that the fire is now under control and that the smoke is reducing.
Officers attending the fire at Godwins Furniture on Norton Road in Stockton remain at the scene.
Fire Officers are telling residents in the Victoria estate of Stockton, and at the bottom end of Norton Road near to Godwins Furniture, that they are within a 200 metre zone that is being advised to stay indoors and close windows and doors.
Police and Fire officers are currently at the scene of a large blaze at Godwins Furniture Store on Norton Road in Stockton.
The fire is causing a great deal of smoke in the local area and officers are asking people in living nearby to keep their windows closed.
Those living in the surrounding houses have been asked by police to stay indoors.
Drivers are being asked to avoid the area if possible.
It is not thought that anyone is inside the building.
Fire services are currently battling with a fire at a shop on Stockton high street.
Five engines are in attendance at the Maddren Brothers building.
Police have confirmed that a body found in the River Tees on Saturday 20th April is that of missing man Tanveer Ahmed from Stockton.
The 37-year-old had not been seen since March.
Officers also confirmed that they are not treating his death as suspicious.
In a statement, Tanveer Ahmed's wife paid tribute to a "generous, loving and kind person":
“He was a very loved family man – we loved him very much and he loved us all. He adored me and our children.
"Tanveer was a generous, loving and kind person and he will be missed very much.
"I would like to thank everyone for their support.”
A new festival celebrating the culture and heritage of the North East has been launched in Stockton.
A press call for the event took place this morning ahead of the festival - which is due to take place in June.
More than 150 events will take place across the region to celebrate art, industry and history.
Highlights will include a cliff-top foghorn concert and a tribute to the Angel of the North.
The festival is also set to coincide with the return of the Lindisfarne Gospels.
Police have found the body of a man in the River Tees. They have yet to identify him.
Divers were in the area near Quayside Road in Stockton as part of their search for Tanveer Ahmed, who has been missing since March.
Investigations are now underway to identify the body and find out the cause of death.