Posted: Wed 22nd Jan 2014

Woman’s Body Found By Waterworld for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jan 22nd, 2014

A woman’s body was found last night in the public toilets in the Waterworld car park.

At approximately 5.40pm yesterday,  North Wales Police and other emergency services attended a location in Chester Road Wrexham where they discovered a 23 year old woman, believed to be from outside the north Wales area, in a state of unconsciousness.

She was conveyed to hospital where despite the actions of responding Police Officers and Paramedics she was pronounced dead.

At this time North Wales Police are treating her death as ‘unexplained’. The matter has been referred to HM Coroner.

At the same time and location a 26 year old man was arrested on suspicion of the possession and supply of controlled drugs and will be interviewed later today at a local Police Station.


Update Thursday morning: The area is still cordoned off and a police statement is believed to be released shortly.

Waterworld loos


Original story: Police taped off a large area around the Waterworld toilets last night. We have unconfirmed reports that ‘a body’ had been found.Police and an ambulance arrived around 7pm initally closing off the entire Waterworld carpark. The unconfirmed reports statex that a body had been found in the public toilets that are located in the middle of the carpark.


The area was sealed off as police forensics teams worked into the evening.

We have been unable to gain further detail due to the ‘out of hours’ timing, however will endeavour to update when we can.

(Apologies for the server issues on this article earlier this evening.)

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