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Archive – December, 2018

Read the latest local appeals, news stories and missing person alerts. The full list of stories, in date order, is below. But you can use "categories" and "neighbourhoods" to filter your selection.

Harrogate area appeal: Serious three-vehicle collision on A658 at Follifoot on Sunday afternoon

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It occurred at 3.11pm on Sunday (2 December 2018) and involved a white Mercedes-Benz C220, a grey Mini with a red roof and a silver Porsche. The driver of the Mini, a 22-year-old man from Newcastle, is in a serious but stable condition at Leeds General Infirmary. Local diversions were put in place while the […]

Appeal for witnesses and information after three pug puppies were stolen in Harrogate burglary

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The incident occurred in the Bilton area between 11pm and midnight on Saturday (1 December 2018). The suspects made off with three 12-week-old female pug puppies. As part of extensive enquiries to track down the offenders and safely recover the puppies, officers are urging people to come forward if they have possibly been offered female […]

Harrogate alert: Road closures in place while emergency services deal with serious three-vehicle collision on A658 at Follifoot

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The collision was reported at 3.11pm today (Sunday 2 December 2018). One man is believed to be seriously injured and he is being treated by paramedics. Police have put in place road closures to divert traffic away from the collision scene. These are between the A658 and the A661 roundabout, at Buttersyke and also Rudding […]

Police investigating serious injury pedestrian collision at Catterick Garrison

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It occurred on Leyburn Road – between Camp Centre and Plumer Road – at around 5.15am today (Saturday 1 December 2018) and involved a white Renault heavy goods vehicle and a man aged in his late 20s. He was taken by ambulance to James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough. He is receiving treatment for serious injuries. […]