Posted: Mon 16th Jun 2014

Large Police presence in Hawarden earlier due to ‘concerns for a persons safety’

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jun 16th, 2014

A significant number of Police officers including a dog handler and the Rhuddlan based helicopter, were seen searching in and around Hawarden cemetery this morning – Monday 16th June.

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Officers were also seen driving along Castle Rise and on the Car park just off the A550 as they searched for a person who they had concerns for.

The Police helicopter searched the area at 9.25am and continues to support Police on the ground for around 45 minutes.

Police told us later that they had found the person they were looking for.

 

PCSO Thomas Hough from the south Flintshire Policing team later said on Twitter:

‘Flintshire South Officers including me, have been busy with a missing person all morning, glad to say she has been found safe and well, all officers involved did an excellent job its great to see everyone working effectively and efficiently’

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