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Brazen fly-tipping suspect sought

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Can you help identify this suspected fly-tipper?

The man was caught on film dumping bags of builder's waste and general household waste over a wall on Marton Road last Wednesday (June 2).

The incident was reported to Middlesbrough Council's Environmental Flying Squad by a member of the public who caught the incident on camera.

The team later cleared up the dumped items, and now want to trace the individual responsible.

Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston said: "Fly-tipping blights communities, and we're not going to stand for it in Middlesbrough.

"Someone out there knows this individual - let us know who he is and help us to stamp out this scourge on the environment."

Any information on the identity of this male and his whereabouts can be sent in confidence to, quoting reference number FS 339289575, or call the Warden Hotline on 01642 228500 and ask to speak to a member of staff from the Environmental Flying Squad.

Anti-social behaviour, fly-tipping and dozens of other offences can also be reported online.

A photo of a suspected fly-tipper on Marton Road

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