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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

33 year old female has Apple IPhone snatched from her

About 5:15pm on Wednesday 16th October a lone female aged 33 years was walking along Abingdon Road, Middlesbrough near to the Gazette offices when she was assaulted and had her apple Iphone stolen. The assailant is described as being a white male wearing a multi coloured hoodie who ran off towards Teak Street. This attack was apparently witnessed by a member of the public who gave chase. Unfortunately the victim did not manage to obtain his details.

Police would like to the male member of the public who came to the victim’s aid or any other witnesses to the attack to contact PC Paul Forbes on the non emergency 101 number.

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