Posted: Wed 5th Jun 2024

Police appeal after Rhyl shop targeted in early morning burglary

North Wales news and information

Police are appealing for information after a shop in Rhyl was targeted in an early morning burglary.

Shortly before 3am this morning (Wednesday, June 5th), officers received a report of burglary at a shop on the town’s High Street.

Two individuals wearing dark clothing and face coverings were seen in the area riding pushbikes and may have been involved in the incident.

District Inspector Kevin Smith said: “We are appealing for residents and businesses in the local area to review CCTV footage between 9pm last night and 4am this morning and to contact us if you see anything suspicious, particularly if you have information about the two individuals described above.

“There will continue to be a police presence in the area today while our investigations continue.

“Anyone with information that could assist our investigations can contact police via our website, by calling 101, or anonymously via Crimestoppers quoting reference Q080681.”

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