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Appeal launched after windows smashed and property burgled

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Friday, Dec 15th, 2017.

An appeal for information has been launched a house in Wrexham was broken into.

The burglary took place on Ffordd Hooson, near Rhosnesni Lane,, between 6:20pm and 7:30pm on Tuesday 12th December.

Police say that double glazed doors at the rear of the property were smashed to gain entry. The offender then placed the door chain on, at the front door, to prevent the resident from re-entering quickly.

It is also believed the shed was also entered.

Enquiries into the incident are ongoing, however anyone with any information relating to this incident is advised to contact North Wales Police by dialling 101 quoting.

The following advice to help keep your property safe this winter has also been issued:

  • If you are not in, and it is dark (or getting dark) it is advisable to make it look like you are in. Have a light on (timer plugs can be set in advance for a light, or other appliance, to come on if you will not be in) to make it look like you are at home.
  • Timer plugs, patio door handle locks and braces are available from this office. Door and window vibration alarms and shed alarms are also available.

Contact us for more information telephone 01352 708118 watch@owlcymru.org or visit the online shop.

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