Take steps to make your motor cycle secure
Police are urging motor cyclists to make sure
their bikes are secure following a number of thefts in the High
Street and Dee Road areas of Connah’s Quay.
The thefts occurred overnight during the weekend of June 29 and
Sgt Arwel Ellis of the Community Safety
Department said: “We are asking anyone who noticed anything
suspicious to please get in touch.”
He added: “There are a number of measures that
can be taken to help prevent motorcycles being stolen.”
* Buy a good quality lock and fix it in a way
that it makes it awkward for a thief to access it.
* Avoid leaving your bike in isolated and
* Always lock your bike to immovable
* Make sure your alarm is in working
For further advice in relation to motorcycle
security please contact the Community Safety Department at North
Wales Police on 101.
In addition if you have any information
regarding the recent thefts or indeed any crime contact North Wales
Police on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111