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Archive – July, 2019

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.

Appeal after motorcyclist dies in A65 collision in Austwick

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It happened  at around 6.30pm on Tuesday 23 July 2019. It involved a blue and white Triumph Bonneville motorbike and a silver Land Rover Freelander. Both vehicles were travelling in the direction of Settle on the A65. As a result of the collision the rider of the motorbike, a man in his 70s from the […]

Appeal following collision in Ripley

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It happened at 5.30pm on Tuesday 23 July 2019 close to the entrance to Ripley Caravan Park It involved a black Fiat Punto, which was being driven towards Nidd, and a silver Toyota Aygo which was travelling in the opposite direction. The 51 year-old female driver of the Fiat, from Knaresborough, was uninjured. The 24 […]

Appeal for information after flock of rare breed sheep abandoned

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The sheep, which include a mixture of rams, ewes and lambs, were discovered by the landowner around 9am on 3 July 2019 with tyre tracks evident in the field. The flock is described as being in poor condition with no markings, apart from one ear tag but enquiries in relation to the tag number have […]

Appeal for information about alleged dog attacks in Scarborough

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North Yorkshire Police have received one report but have been made aware that there may be others that have not been reported to the police. It’s believed that incidents have been happening since the start of June including the death of a number of cats. We are appealing to anyone who has not yet come […]

Driver injured in incident with another motorists in York

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It happened in the Hopgrove area by the overpass, in the direction of the Toby Carvery restaurant at 2.20pm on Saturday, 14 July. It involved a red Land Rover and a grey Volvo XC60. Following the incident, both vehicles drove to Monks Cross and around the Asda/Sainsbury’s roundabout multiple times before separating. Both vehicles have […]

Thieves cut a hole in the wall to steal £117,000 of juicers

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It happened on Harrier Court, Elvington between 5pm on Thursday (18 July 2019) and 8.45am on Friday (19 July). Thieves removed the cladding to the industrial unit, making a hole in the wall to gain entry to the warehouse. After going inside, they stole a large number of juicers. Police are requesting the public’s assistance […]