News and Appeals
Don’t put yourself or your children at risk – that is the message being given by North Wales Police as they urge parents not to buy imitations guns ahead of Christmas.
A special visitor attended Police Headquarters yesterday (Tuesday December 9) to meet with senior officers to discuss bilingualism in the workplace.
North Wales Police’s continued fight against organised crime continued this morning.
Update @3.40pm. A55 Britannia Bridge is open. However, 30mph restrictions are now in force. Please drive carefully.
Police in the Dee Valley are warning illegal off-roaders who damage fragile and protected moorland that they risk being prosecuted and having their vehicles seized.
North Wales Police are urging 4x4 motorists in Wrexham to security mark the catalytic converters on their vehicles and they are offering the first 50 marking kits free of charge.
North Wales Police’ continued fight against organised crime continued this morning when the Operation Scorpion team made further arrests in south Gwynedd. Following the recent spate of arrests in the region and north west England…
At 5.30am on Saturday the 6th of December a Road Policing vehicle was involved in a collision with a wall and street light, no other vehicles were involved, on the B4418, Lon Ffordd y Sir at Penygroes.