North Yorkshire Police has asked anyone with information or footage from last night to call them on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously.
A high speed police chase in Harrogate last night ended in a crash and the arrest of a 19-year-old suspected burglar. Earlier in the night, at around 2.45am, burglars entered a house on St Helen's Road before fleeing in a Mercedes parked on the driveway. Read more:...
Casey has very long, light, brown hair and was last seen wearing a salmon pink tracksuit and white trainers.
North Yorkshire Police is warning local residents to remain vigilant after a combination of incidents reported last night in the Aspin Avenue area.
The burglaries saw three cars stolen, one of which has still not been recovered. One of the teens has also been interviewed about a third burglar, which took place in York.
A report has revealed the cost of rural crime in North Yorkshire is the third highest among counties in the UK. North Yorkshire Police has said tackling rural crime is “extremely important”.
North Yorkshire Police has issued an appeal to find missing Harrogate girl, Casey Ackerley. She has been missing since Sunday, August 2 and is believed to have travelled to the Leeds area.
The police have issued a warning today and said that they will never ask someone for their account details over the phone.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses following a disturbance involving three men on Saturday evening. The incident took place between Skipton Road and Regent Parade in Harrogate at approximately 8pm.
A Toyota Hilux and an Audi Q7 were taken from a driveway after thieves stole the keys from the home. It is the second time in six weeks a property in Westbourne Avenue, Harrogate, has been targeted.
Armaan Ahmad fell into the crime after losing his job and getting into debt. York Crown Court heard the ‘intelligent but naive’ man has since reconciled with his family and is working for his father’s accountancy firm.
The family had taken the dogs for a walk up to Two Stoops and on the way home one started being sick and later died. It is believed the dogs took a combination of poisons known locally as the Nidderdale cocktail.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for information and a local businessman has offered a £5,000 reward after two dogs were poisoned in Pateley Bridge, resulting in one dying. The same chemicals were used to poison local birds of prey.