NOTE: This content is old - Published: Tuesday, Feb 11th, 2014.
North Wales Police have issued appeals for a number of separate incidents that have taken place in the Wrexham area recently.
Assault: Over the weekend we reported on an assault that took place in Rhosddu on February 8th.
At around 8:45pm on Saturday evening a male was approached by two men on Grove Road and punched in the face.
Nothing was stolen, however the two men fled the scene.
We were contacted by the person who was assaulted later in the evening, who told us the incident happened when he was walking back from the Spar.
Inspector Paul Wycherley said the incident is being investigating and there is an appeal for further information.
Stolen Bikes: An appeal has been launched after two bikes were stolen from Wrexham in the space of a few days.
The first incident took place outside Wrexham library at some point between 5pm and 7pm on Friday 7th February. A Chris Boardman bike was stolen from the location.
A second bicycle theft took place on Thursday 6th February on Bryn Coch.
A Carrera mountain bike was taken from the scene.
The bike is described as having white forks and a ‘muddy Fox seat’.
Inspector Wycherley said: “Two bikes have been stolen in the past week. We are asking people to be vigilant and to lock their bikes properly when leaving them outside.”
Theft From Motor Vehicle: On Monday 3rd February between 7am and noon a wallet was taken from a car on Rhosnesni Lane.
The wallet was taken from a Renault car and is brown in colour. Money and cigarettes were within the wallet.
Inspector Wycherley said: “We have seen a reduction in theft from motor vehicles, but officers on patrol in their local area still see property left on display in vehicles. Don’t make it easy for them.”
Anyone with any information on the incident is advised to call the police on 101 referencing RC141016406.
Criminal Damage: On Tuesday February 4th a wing mirror was broken off a Ford Focus on Nelson Street.
Anyone with any information on the incident is advised to call the police on 101 referencing RM14001607.