Posted: Mon 18th Oct 2021

Updated: Mon 18th Oct

Police to step up patrols to tackle drink and drug driving after Gwynedd crash

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Police are set to step up patrols targeting drink and drug driving following a crash in Gwynedd.

Concerns have been raised in the community after a collision occurred last Saturday between Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn, Pwllheli.

A local man has been arrested and interviewed, with police enquiries ongoing.

Officers said they were planning to use unmarked cars to crack down on people driving whilst intoxicated.

The NWP Gwynedd South said on Facebook: “Following local concerns around this incident, we will be increasing patrols in the area to tackle drink/drug driving, including the use of unmarked police cars.

“If you have concerns that someone in your area is drink or drug driving, call the police immediately.”


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