A North East Council’s neighbourhood wardens have made an appeal to find a suspect after waste was fly-tipped in Bishop Auckland.

Durham County Council found came across the fly tip on Dial Stob Road in Bishop Auckland.

Wardens believe the waste consists of insulation and remains of what looks to be a conversion, extension or house renovation.

Pictures of the scene show a large mound of waste dumped next to a wall as wood and insulation can be seen poking out.

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Now, the council is looking for suspects of the fly tip by launching an appeal.

A spokesperson for Durham County Council Neighbourhood Wardens said: “Have you recently had any work done and paid for someone to take your waste away, or have any information on someone that has?

“If you have any information that can help us, please get in contact with the Neighbourhood Warden team to assist us in our investigation. You can do so by calling 03000 260 000 or drop us a message on our page.”