Residents are being urged to ensure their sheds and garages are secure following a series of break-ins over the past week across the Wrexham area.
Appeals have been issued in relation to two thefts, with police stating that a number of items were stolen after thieves broke into a garage on Old Mold Road, Gwersyllt overnight between Sunday 14th January and Monday 15th January.
25 fishing rods, fishing reels, a McCulloch chainsaw, Stihl chainsaw, Dewalt cordless drill and a DeWalt grinder.
Any further information should be reported to North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference number RC18004810 if you have any information.
A second appeal has also been launched following a break-in at a garden shed on Central Avenue in the Acton area.
Thieves removed the door hinges on a wooden garden shed overnight on Sunday 14th January and Monday 15th January.
Police say a mountain bike, a Flymo lead blower, Flymo hedge cutter, Karcher jet washer and barbecue equipment were stolen from the property.
Any further information should be reported to North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference number RC18004818.