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*** Posters Distributed in Search for Missing Naheed Khan *** Officers are today, Friday 13th July, distributing posters of 43 year old Thornaby woman Naheed Khan who was reported missing from home on 12th June.
Naheed had not been in touch with her family for around three weeks prior to then and they – and police – are increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Naheed often visits Thornaby, Stockton and Middlesbrough town centres but there have not been any recent confirmed sightings of her.
She is 5’6” tall, of slim build and has long black hair. Anyone with information is asked to contact Cleveland Police via 101 quoting Event 105247.
⚽️⚽️⚽️England VS Croatia Arrest Update ⚽️⚽️⚽️
Additional officers were on patrol last night for the England match which resulted in three people being arrested.
Three males aged 17, 19 and 25 were all arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly and one was given a fixed penalty notice, one is in custody and the other was released under investigation.
Overall the majority of people were out to enjoy the football with friends and family and most people went home without causing any trouble following the result of the match.
Officers would like to thank everyone for their continued support throughout the World Cup so far and we are so proud that England made it to the semi-final.
PC Mo Rashad, PD Shadow and Sergeant Darren Williamson were on duty for the match last night🐶👮‍♀️👮‍♀️ #WorldCup
⚽️⚽️⚽️ Police Dog Ronny’s England Match Advice ⚽️⚽️⚽️
The World Cup is a fantastic opportunity for people to come together to celebrate the success of England and Police Dog Ronny would like to provide football supporters with some advice ahead of the match this evening …
·  Please drink responsibly and do not be a drain on police resources because you have had too much to drink.
·  Thousands of people are expected to be watching the match in licensed premises across Cleveland tonight – do not be one of the minority of people who spoils it for others.
·  Football celebrations should not be used as excuse for violent, drunken or antisocial behaviour and those caught will be dealt with robustly and face the full force of the law.
·  Extra officers will be on patrol tonight and police do not want to see a repeat of the England VS Sweden match where people were hurt and property was damaged. This reflects badly on genuine supporters and spoils the football experience for others.

Ronny hopes everyone has a brilliant evening watching the England match. Some of his furry friends from the Dog Unit will be out and about tonight helping to keep everything in order 🐶😀. #itscominghome #worldcup #England #policedog
Police Warning Regarding England Match Tomorrow 
Middlesbrough Chief Inspector Scott Cowie said: “The World Cup has been an exciting and well celebrated tournament to date and officers aim to ensure all celebrations surrounding England matches are as enjoyable, safe and crime free as possible. “Unfortunately there are a minority of supporters who watch the matches with intent on causing trouble through antisocial, drunken or violent behaviour and these actions will not be tolerated. “For the England match on Saturday, three men were arrested on suspicion of affray and have been released under investigation. “Officers had to deal with a range of issues across all areas of Cleveland including glasses being thrown, flares being lit and thrown into crowds as well as drunken and violent behaviour. “In Middlesbrough Centre Square, a flare and cans were thrown into a crowd of thousands of people resulting in three people suffering minor injuries but the result of these being thrown could have been catastrophic. “We do not want these individuals to spoil it for the rest and anyone caught causing trouble for tomorrow’s match will be dealt with robustly and will face the full force of the law.” #WorldCup
PD Ronny would like to offer some advice for the England match tomorrow🐶⚽️. He said that extra officers will be on patrol for the match to prevent the risk of crime and disorder and to expect firm, fair and friendly policing. Ronny said they aren’t out to spoil your fun but they will not tolerate criminal behaviour. He also added for people not to be a drain on police resources because you have had too much to drink - take responsibility for yourself! Most of all, Ronny hopes everyone enjoys the match and feel free to say hello to officers who will be out and about 👮‍♂️🚔🚨 #WorldCup #policedog
Today, 28-year-old Terence Smith of Fransham Road in Middlesbrough was sentenced to 9 years and 7 months in prison for robbery and deliberately driving into a police vehicle in an attempt to escape from officers.
His passenger, 26-year-old Dale Carter of Linmoor Avenue in Middlesbrough, was sentenced to 42 months in prison for committing a robbery earlier the same day (Friday 22nd December 2017).
The pair robbed a 51-year-old woman after following her from a cash point in Guisborough. She was dragged to the floor during the incident and had her handbag stolen containing cash, bank cards and her phone.
Smith and Carter made off from police across the A19 Tees flyover later that evening, and rammed a police car, leaving two officers injured and affected psychologically. Thankfully, a crash barrier stopped their vehicle from plunging 66 feet over the edge of the bridge onto waste ground below.
Dramatic footage of the incident and photographs of the damage show the trail of devastation left behind.
Five officers from our Operational Crime team climbed the 910 metre ascent (the most Northerly Mountain in the Scafell Chain) on June 22nd. They did this to raise money and awareness of the Care of Police Survivors Charity (COPS) and raised £500 in total. Once they reached the top, they each lit beacons to remember police officers who have lost their lives on duty! #policefamily #lakedistrict
Police Dog Ronny loves the sunshine😎🌞💙 #instadog #sun
Today it’s #TakeYourDogToWorkDay... our dog handlers are lucky enough to bring their furry friends to work every day 🐶💙🎾
Maggie & Skye enjoying the sunshine today 🐶🐶🎾☀️ #puppies #instadogs
Wishing #EidMubarak to all those celebrating today. We hope you have a great time with families, friends and loved ones.
Officers and the Police & Crime Commissioner, Barry Coppinger really enjoyed the first ever Eid in the Park in Albert Park this morning - a fantastic community event!
Put your paws up for our two new recruits, Maggie & Skye🐾🐾. They are English Springer Spaniels and they are 12 weeks old 🐶🐶❤️ #spaniel #puppies