Police appeals following crimes committed in the Deeside area
Appeals for information following crimes committed in the local area recently:
North Flintshire Policing team is seeking information following theft from property in Sealand Road.
Entry was gained to a garden and an insecure outhouse where power tools and bike were stolen:
- Makita 18v combi cordless/electric screwdriver
- Trek 2012/9 mountain bike which is green and black in colour and has the words Renthall in gold
- Mans ‘Black’ type mountain bike.
The incident occurred overnight between 9th & 10th August
If you have any information that can help find out who is responsible? Or know anything about the theft call 101 quoting reference RC15120338 .
Policing are seeking information following the theft of metal from a ‘high-value’ compound in the Old Aston Hill area.
Items taken include wire and starter motors.
The incident occurred at 21:01 hours on Saturday 8 Around th August.
If you have any information that can help find out who is responsible? Or know anything about the theft call 101 quoting reference RC15120394.
North Flintshire Policing Team are appealing for information after a business premises was broken into in the High Street area of Connahs Quay.
The incident occurred sometime between 8.30pm on August 6 and 11.00am on August 7
Raiders forced entry and stole a quantity of fitness ‘muscle’ supplements, which are described as being in 2 kilo tubs, branded USN and MUTANT, two light dumbbells which are rubber with chrome handles.
An animal Rescue charity box was also stolen.
If you have any information that can help find out who is responsible? Or know anything about the theft call 101 quoting reference RC1511853
Caught on Camera:
The identity of this male who is sought to assist with an investigation at Connah’s Quay on 24 July.
Can you help us to identify him, and in particular his jacket?
Click here if you can help the police: RC15110352 – Connah’s Quay alternatively call 101 quoting the reference number.
Dont forget, you can provide information anonymously by calling Crimestoppers Wales telephone 0800 555 111.