Posted: Wed 28th Dec 2011

Cash and Alcohol Taken In Raid On Wrexham Wetherspoons

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This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Dec 28th, 2011

Thieves made off with cash and a considerable amount of alcohol during a break in at The Elihu Yale pub in Wrexham.

The raid on the Wetherspoons pub on Regent Street took place in the early hours of Friday 23rd December not long before the pub would have opened for Mad Friday, one of the busiest nights of the year for town centre pubs and clubs.

Alcohol stolen included bottles of Bells Whiskey, Smirnoff Vodka, Gordon’s Gin and Jack Daniels.

North Wales Police were unable to confirm the amount of money or alcohol stolen, although it is believed a significant amount of alcohol was taken.

A member of staff at The Elihu Yale said: “We are unable to comment on the break in at present, we are currently waiting to hear back from our insurers and are letting the police investigation takes its process.”

North Wales Police are keen to hear from anyone who might have information about the crime or who has may have been offered any of the items stolen for sale.

Anyone with information can contact North Wales police on 101 or DC Dave Evans, at Wrexham CID 01978 348591.



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