Man Arrested with Suspected Stolen Pedal Bikes as Neighbourhood Policing Week of Action Continues
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As Neighbourhood Policing Week continues, Middlesbrough Neighbourhood Team have arrested a man in possession of suspected stolen pedal cycles which we hope to reunite with their owners.
A man, aged 36, was stopped in possession of pedal bikes and a pick axe along with other suspected stolen property. He was arrested on suspicion of theft and possession of an offensive weapon and was later bailed whilst enquiries continue.
Anyone with information regarding the owners of the bikes pictured below can contact Cleveland Police on 101, quoting reference number 13911.
Neighbourhood officers also carried out a drugs warrant at an address on Ammerston Road on Wednesday 24th January following reports of drugs activity, however, no drugs were located and no arrests were made.
Today, Thursday 25th January, a further drugs warrant was carried out at Elder Court alongside the Tactical Disruption Team. A small amount of suspected drugs were recovered and a large knife. No one was arrested.
We continue to encourage any residents with information on suspected drugs activity, or reports of suspicious activity, to get in touch by calling Cleveland Police on 101 or contacting Crimestoppers anonymously either online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org or by calling 0800 555 111.
Police Community Support Officers have also been out today in local community centres to engage with residents. Engagement and visibility is an important part of neighbourhood policing, and it is vital to actively engage with the public to find out about local issues and gather information that can help keep our communities safe. #NeighbourhoodPolicingWeek