PEOPLE are being asked not to share footage of town centre disorder as investigations are ongoing.

Two alleged reports of disorder were reported to police in Middlesbrough town centre on Monday.

Four people have been arrested. 

Two people have been arrested in connected with the first incident, which is reported to have happened in Outram Street at 4.15pm.

A woman aged 36 and a man aged 40 were arrested on suspicion of affray and were released pending enquiries.

A short time after, police were called to a report of another alleged incident on Parliament Road.

It was reported that there was a disturbance between two people, in which they were both injured.

A spokesperson for Cleveland Police said: "Both males suffered minor injuries.

"A piece of wood was allegedly used during the incident, not a knife. The piece of wood was recovered at the scene."

Two men aged 37 and 33 were arrested on suspicion of affray and have been released with bail conditions.

The spokesperson added: "Police are aware that the alleged incident on Parliament Road was filmed and we would ask people not to share the footage as there is an active criminal investigation.

"We would appeal for anyone with information to contact Cleveland Police via the 101 number, quoting Ref 28446 for Outram Street or Ref 28472 for Parliament Road.

"If you don’t want to speak to police, you can pass information anonymously via Crimestoppers online at or by phoning 0800 555 111."