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Two people arrested after reports of a ‘disturbance’ at an organised hunt in Flintshire

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Saturday, Feb 25th, 2017.

North Wales Police have arrested two people at an ‘organised hunt’ in Flintshire today.

Police say they were called to the ‘organised hunt’ in the Trelogan area at 3pm following reports of an alleged disturbance.

Superintendent Nigel Harrison said on social media;

“Two persons have been arrested for Assault and will be interviewed later today”

Around the same time police were making arrests in Trelogan a number of police vehicles were spotted stopping a car just off the A548 in Rhewl, a mile and a half from Trelogan.

Three police cars including one which was unmarked stopped a Peugeot people carrier on Rhewl Hill.

Police were seen surrounding the stopped car.

Michael Lewis who took the picture below said: “Three police vehicles have boxed in a car and taken out the occupants”

The Hawarden based helicopter was also spotted over the area, the crew later said on twitter they were assisting with “operational support” in Trelogan.

*North Wales Police have not said if the incident on Rhewl is related to the two reported arrests in Trelogan.

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