Posted: Sat 25th Oct 2014

Police Appeals: Burglaries in Queensferry , suspicious white vans in the area..

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Oct 25th, 2014

South Flintshire Policing Team are appealing for information following reports of white van, part registration number X434*** with up to three occupants seen acting suspiciously in the Circular Drive area of Ewloe recently.

The occupants of the van appeared to be taking an interest in driveways and rear gardens in the area, its believed the same van has been spotted parked outside homes in Queensferry and Higher Shotton.

If you seen the van or have any information relating to it contact North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference R167019 

Report’s of another white van, this time with Irish registration plates, the occupants have been seen acting suspiciously in the Drury Lane area of Hawarden recently.

When approached the occupants of the van said they were selling generators and garden items.

Police are reminding residents to be vigilant, report any suspicious people trying to sell goods and to report any activity to them as soon as possible on 101

Two Burglaries in Queensferry 

A house was burgled in the Glynne Street area of  Queensferry sometime between 6pm Friday 17thOctober-Monday 20th October, items of clothing and money taken.

The incident number is R165530 

There was another burglary in the  Station road area of  Queensferry sometime between 14th October-20th October. A Nintendo Wii plus games were taken along with fishing equipment.

The incident number is R165530

Again you can call 101 or if you prefer you can call CRIMESTOPPERS anonymously: 0800 555 111 

Sealand: A Boardman bike was stolen from the Sealand area recently.

The incident number R167102 


 

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