Posted: Mon 19th Jul 2021

Police seek man from Caernarfon playing ‘game of hide and seek’ with officers

North Wales news and information

Police are seeking a man from Caernarfon who they say is playing “hide and seek” with officers.

Members of the Gwynedd North policing team want to speak to Benjamin Crofts.

An appeal has been issued urging anyone who knows his whereabouts to contact police on 101.

Officers have also made a direct plea to Crofts himself to hand himself in after indicating it’s not the first time he’s tried to avoid them.

In a post on Facebook, they said: “Do you recognise the familiar face below?

“Once again Benjamin Crofts from Caernarfon is playing a game of hide and seek with our officers and we need to speak with him.

“If you know of his whereabouts, please get in touch by calling 101 or via our website.

“This is a direct appeal to you Ben- Give yourself up.

“We’re sure your friends and family are getting tired of us knocking on their doors now so save everyone some time and hand yourself in.”



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