Posted: Mon 13th Sep 2021

Police to carry out patrols after criminal damage and anti-social behaviour complaints in Barmouth

North Wales news and information

Police are set to carry out patrols after receiving complaints of criminal damage and anti-social behaviour in Barmouth.

Officers said local youths and those from several surrounding communities had been causing problems in the Park Road area of the seaside town.

North Wales Police’s Gwynedd South team will be patrolling the area in the evening to provide reassurance.

In a post on Facebook, the team said: “Do you know what your children are getting up to at night?

“We have been made aware by concerned residents of the Barmouth community that youths from Penrhyndeudraeth, Harlech, Barmouth, Dolgellau and Tywyn have been causing criminal damage and anti-social behaviour in the area of Park Road, Barmouth especially the park, astro turf, bowling green and also Wern Mynach.

“The local policing team will be actively patrolling the area during the evenings.

“In the meantime if residents would like to join our community alert scheme please see the information below.

“North Wales Community Alert is a messaging service for people which helps our communities stay informed with up to date news, alerts, appeals, engagement events and general policing activities from your local policing team.

“Registration is completely free, quick and simple.”

For more information and to register, please visit

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