Posted: Mon 15th Apr 2024

Man “arrested on suspicion of wounding” after “public order incident” in city centre for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

A man has been arrested on suspicion of wounding following an incident in Wrexham city centre.

North Wales Police attended a ‘public order incident’ outside a licensed premises on Abbot Street shortly after 1:40am on Sunday (14 April).

A spokesperson for North Wales Police said: “One man was arrested on suspicion of wounding, and has subsequently been released with no further action to be taken.”

We put local claims that the incident involved a serious injury to an individual, and involved police officers, to the North Wales Police press office.

A spokesperson confirming that no police officers were involved in the incident.

We also asked if anyone had been injured in the incident.

The spokesperson added that “somebody did receive medical attention at the time” but at a police update this morning they were described as being “fine”.

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