Posted: Sat 2nd Jul 2022

Public urged to remain vigilant after increase in reports of cold calling and thefts from vehicles for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

Members of the public are being urged to remain vigilant following an increase in the number of certain incidents being reported to police.

Over the last few days North Wales Police has seen an increase in reports of:

  • Cold calling
  • Criminal Trading
  • Persons acting suspiciously
  •  Thefts from Motor Vehicles
  •  Vehicle inference (Including theft of number plates)

A spokesperson for North Wales Police said: “Please can any suspicious activity please be reported to North Wales Police via one of our platforms (999, 101 or online reporting)

“Sometimes small bits of information that might appear to be nothing on their own, could help North Wales Police investigations and develop existing information or evidence.

Also can we please look out for everyone in our communities especially the vulnerable as they are offend the ones targeted.

“The public is North Wales Police best source of information and without your assistance our job is much harder.”

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