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Police appeal after teenager seriously hurt in Northallerton collision

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It happened shortly after 8.20am today (19 May) on the A684 Stokesley Road just outside Northallerton. The collision involved a green heavy goods vehicle sign written with ABN travelling away from Northallerton and a blue Ford Fiesta travelling along the A684 towards Northallerton. As a result of the collision the driver of the Ford Fiesta, […]

Appeal following Northallerton burglary

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On the evening of Friday 4th May 2018, a burglary has occurred whereby a silver 4×4 vehicle containing 5 people has gained access to a secure yard in Pen Court on Standard Way, Northallerton. The occupants have exited the vehicle and gained access to the enclosed yard between the hours of approximately 21:41 to 22:18, during […]

Tour de Yorkshire: “Red Caps” policing partnership on display in Richmond and Catterick Garrison

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North Yorkshire Police’s Neighbourhood Policing Team members will be carrying out foot patrols alongside colleagues from the Royal Military Police. Commonly known as the “Red Caps”, the Royal Military Police have been longstanding close partners of North Yorkshire Police at Catterick Garrison and other military bases in the county. There will be a large military […]

Man fined and dog re-homed after hare coursing conviction

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John Latcham, 28, was spotted allowing a lurcher dog to run loose and chase a hare on land at Well, near Bedale, on 28 January 2018. North Yorkshire Police officers quickly attended and issued him with a Dispersal Notice, requiring him to leave the area immediately. The two-year-old male dog was found nearby with the […]

Quick thinking of local post office alerts North Yorkshire Police to fake Microsoft fraud

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Staff in Easingwold Post Office noticed that, in the space of 24 hours, they received the same type of request from two different customers to transfer a significant amount of money via a money transfer service to an unknown account. They refused to process both transactions and used the banking protocol to contact North Yorkshire […]