Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2020

Updated: Mon 29th Jun

Police warning after ‘persistent’ drone use in Wrexham for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jun 29th, 2020

A warning has been issued this afternoon by police after ‘persistent’ use of drones.

North Wales Police say they have received complaints ‘in the Wrexham’ area of ‘persistent drone use’.

A spokesperson said, “Can we please ask that consideration is given when using drones in the area, keeping in mind the main principles.”

They issued a reminder, that “…drones must not be flown within 50 metres of people, vehicles or structures, must not take off or land within 30 metres of people, vehicles or structures and must not be flown over congested areas, this includes events, gatherings, clusters of houses, towns, etc.”

“Your consideration is appreciated.”

Top pic: A old legal drone shot.

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