Posted: Tue 18th Feb 2020

Warning issued after reports of “stolen and faulty items” being sold in Wrexham car parks for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

A warning has been issued by Wrexham Council’s Trading Standards after reports of TVs being sold local from car parks.

Other electrical and household items are also reportedly being sold.

A spokesperson for Wrexham Council’s Trading Standards team, said: “Members of the public should be aware that the sale of goods under any unusual circumstances including car parks, vans, the side of the road, the doorstep etc. should be avoided and incidents reported to Police on 101 or Wrexham Council on 01978 298997.

“Items may have been stolen; failed safety tests; be faulty or not as expected, and there is absolutely no recourse should anything go wrong.”

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