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North Wales Police have released several new appeals following a series of burglaries / thefts in Wrexham.

Over the past few weeks there has been an increase in the number of thefts from gardens.

North Wales Police are urging members of the public to protect themselves against theft of garden furniture and accessories, after a number of reported incidents from various locations within the Wrexham area. Your local Neighbourhood Policing team are encouraging residents to consider the following crime prevention advice:

– Photograph valuable garden furniture, plants and ornaments.

– Mark all property with UV pens indicating postcode and house number. This assists the police in returning stolen goods.

– Secure all ornaments and lights firmly to the ground.

– If possible, put expensive furniture and ornaments in the back garden behind a secured gate

Thefts From Garden Appeals

Sometime between 5pm on Friday June 20th and 8.20pm on Sunday June 22nd, thieves stole rattan garden furniture including a settee, two chairs and a glass topped table from an address in Oak Alyn Court, Cefn-y-Bedd.

They also stole tools including a tree lopper, shears, a rake and fork and spade as well as a child’s plastic playhouse.

Anyone with information please call police on 101.

 

A German made bright blue strimmer has been stolen from an allotment shed on Erddig Road, Wrexham. The offence took place between Wedneday June 18th and Sunday June 21st.

Anyone with information call police on 101.

 

Twitter Appeals

Over the past few days North Wales Police have also tweeted a number of appeals regarding stolen items in the Wrexham area: