Police try to trace victim of cycling robber in Middlesbrough

First published in News Darlington and Stockton Times: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter (Stockton/Hartlepool)

A MAN was punched by a cyclist who then tried to rob the victim.

The attack happened on Thursday, November 22 on Saltersgill Avenue, close to St Chad’s Church in Middlesbrough at about 11.15pm.

The victim was punched by a man on a blue bike who then tried to snatch his mobile phone.

Passers-by called the police who have made enquiries, but have not been able to trace the victim.

The victim or any other witnesses are asked to contact PC Andrew Bean on the non-emergency number 101.

SPORT OFF: All council-owned grass sports pitches across Hartlepool will be closed this weekend (SAT AND SUN, DEC 1 AND 2) due to the recent bad weather. Hartlepool Borough Council has taken the decision on safety grounds and to protect playing surfaces from serious damage.

HANDEL’S MESSIAH: Cleveland Philharmonic Choir, which has 120 singers, will perform Handel's Messiah on Saturday, December 8 in Stockton Baptist Tabernacle at 7pm. The four young professional soloists all come originally from the Tees Valley. Tickets can be bought from Denis Rigg 01642-782009 or from www.clevelandphilharmonicchoir.com or at the door. Adults £10, Children and Students £2.

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