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A number of appeals have been issued by North Wales Police following a series of incidents in Wrexham.

Sometime between 7:00am on Monday March 17th and 4:05pm on the same day, unknown offenders gained entry to a property on Benjamin Road.

The offenders gained entry by smashing a rear lounge window.

A number of electrical items were stolen during the break-in.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14039699.

 

On Wednesday 13th March an unknown offender entered a storage building at the rear of a property on Bellevue Road.

A quantity of milk and food was stolen from the building.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14039557.

 

Sometime between 5:00pm on Tuesday March 18th and 8:45 on Wednesday March the 19th, unknown offenders entered a premises on Duke Street.

Entrance was gained by the roof and £250 in cash was stolen from an office.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14040516.

 

Copper pipes were stolen from an unoccupied property in Gwenfro sometime between Thursday March 13th and Friday March 21st.

The unknown offenders also stole a drain cover and two outdoor lights.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14041782.

 

Police are appealing for information after 25 shrubs were stolen from a front garden.

Unknown offenders stole the shrubs from a front garden in Park Avenue overnight on Friday March 21st and Saturday March 22nd.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14041786.

 

Sometime between 6:00am and 6:20am on Thursday March 20th unknown offenders stole gained entrance to a garden in Wrexham.

The offenders removed a fence panel on a property on Hampshire Drive and stole a red pedal cycle.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14041176.

 

On Monday March 17th at 8:00am a motorbike was stolen from outside a flat on Aldford Way.

The motorbike has since been recovered and North Wales Police are asking for witnesses.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14039472.