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Mini Crime Wave Hits Queensferry Over The Bank Holiday Weekend

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Wednesday, Aug 28th, 2013.

Queensferry was hit by a spate of criminal incidents during the bank holiday weekend,

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They included a canoe being stolen from premises on Station Road, an electric sweeper and charger from a cage at the front of Asda, and 5 separate instances of criminal damage at various locations around the Queensferry area.

A full list of all the incidents are below with relevant reference numbers.

If you saw anything suspicious, or have any information relating to any of the incidents please contact North Wales Police  by dialling 101 and quoting the reference number.

Alternatively, you can provide information anonymously by calling Crimestoppers Wales telephone 0800 555 111.

 

RC13141586: The theft of a canoe from  a trailer at a premises on Station Road in Queensferry recently. The incident occurred sometime between 0332 hrs and 0338 hrs on 26th August.

RC13141512 : The theft of an electric sweeper and charger from a cage at the front of Asda. The incident occurred sometime  between 1700 hrs on 25th August and 0600 hrs on 26th August.  

RC13139894: Damage to Window – sometime between 2142hrs and 2147hrs on 23rd August  damage was caused to a window of a property on Fairfield Road in Queensferry.  

RC13140776: Damage to Vehicle – damage was caused to vehicle tyres on Dyfed Drive in Queensferry at around 0500 hrs on 25th August. 

RC13141051: Damage to Vehicle – damage was caused to tyres of a vehicle parked on Fairfield Road sometime overnight 24th/25th August. 

RC13141088: Damage to Vehicle – damage was caused to the tyres of  a vehicle parked on Dyfed Drive in Queensferry sometime overnight 24th/25th August. 

RC13140797: Damage caused to a business premises door on Chester Road West at around 0230 hrs on 25th August. 

 

If you saw anything suspicious, or have any information relating to any of the incidents please contact North Wales Police  by dialling 101 and quoting the reference number.

Alternatively, you can provide information anonymously by calling Crimestoppers Wales telephone 0800 555 111.

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