Posted: Sat 22nd Feb 2020

Warning issued after “high number of reports” of thefts from vehicles in Wrexham for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

Motorists are being urged to make sure their vehicles are locked and secure after a series of break-ins.

North Wales Police says it has received a “high number of reports” of theft from motor vehicles around the rural areas of Wrexham.

Sergeant Grimes-Williams of the Managed Response Unit, said numerous vans had been broken into overnight and high value power tools and generators had been stolen.

Sgt Grimes-Williams, added: “Please ensure your vehicles are locked and secure overnight and report any suspicious activity in the area.

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