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£5,000 mountain bikes stolen

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Police are today appealing for information after two mountain bikes were stolen from a cycle rack on the back of a car in Stokesley.

The bikes were on the rear of a Red Citroen C1.

The car was parked on the Cringle Moor Chase in Great Broughton.

The bikes were taken over night between 11pm on Friday 27 December and 8am the following day.

Police are appealing for anyone who saw any suspicious activity in the area overnight or knows of the current whereabouts of the cycles to contact them.

The cycles include an Inbred, medium frame sized cycle in gun metal colour. It has front suspension and a triple chain set. The chain set is a Shimano XT Groupset with Shimano pedals. This cycle has NI-TI lettering of the frame positioned on the rear tube that leads from the seat to the crank. Both tyres are Maxxis high roller tyres. The serial number for this cycle is OR0301174.

The other cycle is a Scott Scale 20 with a medium carbon fibre frame in black and grey. The seat is black and has a solid metal post that is fused into the carbon fibre frame. The cycle has front suspension with fox forks. The cycle has the lettering of Scott Scale in black and white on the front of the frame. Also the lettering of 20 Scale is on the top tube of the frame. There is no serial number for this cycle.

The combined value of both bikes is around £5,000.

Anyone with any information is asked to call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2 and ask for PC Edward Reid. Or email [email protected]

Alternatively, you can pass information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Please quote reference 12130223967 when passing on information about this incident.

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Urgent appeal takes 2 seconds to share to help find missing teen from York

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North Yorkshire Police is urgently appealing for information to help find a missing 13-year-old girl from York.

Elise Donoghue was last seen leaving her drama class at the York Theatre Royal on St Leonard’s Place just before 8pm on 19 October.

It’s thought Elise is without money or access to a mobile phone, and she is considered vulnerable due to her age.

Police enquiries have been ongoing to locate in York where it is known she has connections in the Fulford and Danesgate areas of the city.

There is also a possibility she headed to York Railway Station and boarded a train heading towards the north-west where she has friends in the Cheshire area. British Transport Police is assisting with enquiries.

Elise is described as white, 5ft 2in tall, blonde hair with a medium build. When she was seen she was wearing a grey hooded -top, black leggings, black Ugg boots and she carrying a shoulder bag.

Anyone who knows where Elise is or have seen a girl matching her description, please call North Yorkshire Police as a matter of urgency on 101, select option 1, and speak to the Force Control Room. Please quote reference number 12170187979.

If Elise you are reading this there is help and support available simply call or text 116000 they will be able to help you free and confidential.

Anyone who is currently missing from home Missing people are here to help you whenever you are ready; they can listen, talk you through what help you need, pass a message for you and help you to be safe. Call. Text. Anytime. Free. Confidential. 116000

They are also on hand to provide support for anyone who has been recently returned home having been missing.

 

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Police Dog Blue finds missing vulnerable teenager hidden in woodland undergrowth

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Police Dog Blue and his handler from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire (BCH) Dog Unit found a vulnerable teenager on Wednesday (October 18).

Officers were called to an address in Friday Bridge, Cambridgeshire at around 10.45pm after concerns were raised about a teenager who had gone missing.

Due to concerns for her welfare, PD Blue and his handler were also called to assist with the search.

German Shepherd Blue was deployed and began searching the local area. Whilst going down a nearby lane, Blue led his handler into an area of woodland and undergrowth.

It was here that the pair found the missing teenager. They were then able to provide immediate care before other officers arrived to take her home.

Inspector Iain Clark, who is the head of the BCH Dog Unit, said: “The officers had numerous places to search and I am glad PD Blue and his handler were able to provide assistance, which saw the teenager safely found within a short period of time.

“I am proud of their work and this is another great example of how the BCH Dog Unit can support other officers around the three counties.”

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Man admitted to racially harassing security guards at Student Halls

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A man who admitted racially harassing security guards at student halls has been served with a Community Order and a fine.

The 22-year-old from Luton pleaded guilty to two counts of racially aggravated harassment and criminal damage at Luton Magistrates’ Court yesterday (Thursday). The sentencing followed an incident in student halls in Luton on 24 September.

Hate Crime Sergeant James Hart said: “This was an unacceptable incident which was extremely distressing for the victims. We won’t tolerate hate crime in our county as everyone has the right to live free from fear or harassment.

“We hope this case will provide reassurance to victims that we take hate crime offences very seriously. Victims should not have to suffer such abuse and should feel comfortable reporting their experiences to the authorities.”

The man was handed a 12-week curfew with electronic tag and must pay £100 compensation to the victims.

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