Posted: Mon 7th Apr 2014

Appeals From North Wales Police

Wrexham.com for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Apr 7th, 2014

A number of appeals have been issued by North Wales Police following a series of incidents in Wrexham.

 

Sometime between 3pm and 9pm on Wednesday 2nd April an unknown offender entered a shed in Gwenfro.

A Megelli Motorcycle was taken from the shed without consent.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14048188.

 

At 1am on Monday 7th April two men were seen walking away from a shop in Bridge Street, having thrown a brick at a shop window.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14050597.

 

On Wednesday April 2nd damage was caused to a window on Gresford Way.

A stone was thrown at the window of a property, causing the glass to crack. The incident took place at 11:45am.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14047878.

 

An appeal has been launched after an unknown offender broke into a shed in Rhostyllen.

The offender forced entry into a shed on Vicarage Close and searched the shed. However nothing was taken.

The incident took place at some point between 8pm on Wednesday 2nd April and 9am on Thursday 3rd April.

Anyone with any information is advised to call 101 referencing RC14048318.

 

On Monday 31st March a male stole three bottles of Vodka from ASDA on Holt Road.

The male was apprehended by police officers outside the store, however he then bit the arresting officer.

He was charged with shoplifting and assault of an officer.



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