Posted: Tue 11th Jun 2024

Police increase presence in Rhuallt in response to ‘media reports’

North Wales news and information

Police have increased their presence in a Denbighshire village following reports of anti-social behaviour.

Officers said the heightened level of patrols had been put in place following recent coverage of the issue in the media.

Acting Inspector, Jacob Jones said: “We continue to have increased patrols in Rhuallt to offer reassurance and a sense of safety for residents, after hearing media reports of people feeling intimidated by youths in the community.

“We have also been engaging with residents however, no further reports of anti-social behaviour have been made to us since an isolated incident took place on May 20th, in which a man was reported to have been verbally abused.

“I would urge anyone who has been involved in, or witnessed any incident, to report it to us on 101 or on our website. Always call 999 in an emergency.”

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