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Missing from Home Claire Kilpatrick

Police are concerned for the welfare of a 26-year-old woman who was last seen this morning. Claire Kilpatrick was last seen in Centre Square in Middlesbrough heading towards Albert Road at around 11.10am today. She is described as white, around 5ft 8” tall and of thin build with shoulder-length dark brown hair. She was last seen wearing a navy blue long-sleeved top, a brown sleeveless body warmer with a furry hood, light blue denim jeans and red pumps with diamantes on the top. She may have been carrying a small black handbag. It is believed that Claire may still be in the Middlesbrough area, however, she does have connections to the Redcar area. Police are concerned for her welfare and would ask Claire or anyone who may have seen her to get in touch with Cleveland Police on the non-emergency 101 number.

Appeal following death of David Low

The Coroner is appealing for family members to come forward after the death of  57-year-old David Low. Mr Low passed away on Tuesday 19th October at his address on Borough Road, Middlesbrough. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death. Any family members can contact the Coroners Office on 01642 729350.

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78-year-old attacked with his own walking stick.

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