Posted: Sun 13th Nov 2011

Cash Taken In Armed Robbery At Borras Co-op for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Nov 13th, 2011

North Wales Police are appealing for witnesses after an armed robbery took place at the Co-op on Borras Park Road last night.

Twitter user Chris Prendergast reported a large amount of police activity in the area last night, he said: “5 police cars and ambulance flew past my house 40 min ago then heard helicopter.”

Police have confirmed that two men armed with a weapon entered the store at around 9pm and took cash with a third man possibly waiting for them outside the premises.

Earlier this years thieves attempted to ram raid Martin’s newsagents which is on the same row of shops as the Co-op, however fled on foot after the car failed to start and were apprehended by police.

D.S Eleri Deverall from Wrexham CID said:

“Anyone with information relating to the robbery is asked to contact North Wales Police quoting the reference M189921 on 101 if in Wales; 0845 6071001 (Welsh line); 0845 6071002 (English line) or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.”

Spotted something? Got a story? Email [email protected]

Have a look at...

Wrexham has ‘lost focus on pride in your streets’ as flail machines hired to tackle long grass “crisis”

Senedd backs plan for British Sign Language Bill to improve deaf access

Welsh Government commission London economic consultants to review business rates in Wales

“Unexpected” Rwanda focus for Stiwt Choral Concert

Free ten hour online Welsh taster course for Wrexham AFC fans as club strengthens ties with language

Police launch missing person appeal

Children’s hospices call for sustainable funding with symbolic giant butterfly display in Cardiff Bay

Cancer patient’s poem moves Senedd to tears

Former Policeman leaves a legacy of hope by sponsoring a patient room at a hospice

“Palletline Wrexham” is new name for Ningbo Wrexham

Deputy PCC Wayne Jones retains role for further four-year term

Calls for Hybu Cig Cymru independence amid concerns of ‘toxic bullying culture’