Posted: Wed 7th Apr 2021

Police appeal for information after break in at Bangor tyre fitters

North Wales news and information

Police are appealing for information after a break in at a tyre fitters in Bangor.

North Wales Police received a call from an alarm monitoring company reporting a burglary at National Tyres on Beach Road at approximately 11.20pm last night.

Officers said entry appeared to have been gained by smashing a rear window after attending the premises and enquiries are currently ongoing.

They said: “If you were in the area last night and saw anything suspicious, or if you were driving and have dashcam footage, please contact us on 101 or via our live webchat quoting ref Z047181.”

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