Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2015

Warning After Several Thefts From Cars

Wrexham.com for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Sep 21st, 2015

Several cars have been targeted over the weekend, with owners being warned to ensure vehicles are locked & valuables removed.

On Saturday evening a car was broken into on Mayville Avenue in Rhosddu, with a window damaged to gain access and a jacket stolen.

On the same evening a car was broken into on Foster Road, again via smashing a window, and another jacket was stolen.

The third break in again involved window damage, this time on Grosvenor Road, and a purse was taken. A suspect was seen running off towards King Street.

Another car theft was reported the other end of town on Smithfield Road, where access was gained to a white van and a jack along with various wheel nuts were taken.

As usual, anyone with any information is urged to call police via the 101 number.



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