Posted: Wed 20th May 2020

Updated: Wed 20th May

Police operation targeting rogue traders carried out in Wrexham for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

A police operation targeting rogue traders who “charge vulnerable members of the community for poor quality work” has been carried out in Wrexham.

As part of the patrols officers from NWP Wrexham Rural say they “disrupted individuals involved in painting the drive and footpath of an elderly male as they believed the work was poor quality.”

The matter will now be reported to Wrexham Trading Standards.

Police say they will also work together to protect the victim and prosecute for any offences that may be disclosed.

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