OWL 11 Aug 17

Council Members
September 7, 2017
District Councils: CrimeWatch News Bulletin/Roadworks
September 8, 2017
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OWL 11 Aug 17

Dear Watch Member,

Please click on the link below for an overview of the latest crime reports/scams received during the week. Crime and incident reports including:

Assault in Rhyl – Appeal for Information
Holywell Disturbance Appeal
Stolen Moped – Appeal for information
Theft of 114 Poll Dorset Sheep
Car Damaged in Waunfawr
Appeal after stone throwing on the A55
Appeal following assault on woman Holt Road, Wrexham
Appeal following serious collision in Anglesey
Theft of chain saw in Tywyn
For attention of Hotel staff and members
Theft from West Mercia area – container full of items
North Wales Paedophile jailed for four years
Doorstep Cold callers
Scam Royal Mail fake ‘missing parcel’ scam
Telephone cold callers
Scam/spam and suspicious texts or letters
Caught on Camera – Can you help to identify them?
Safety and security events
Useful resources

Please click on any links below for any roadworks that were available at the time of the CrimeWatch News Bulletin. We are trying our best to bring this to our Welsh speaking members in the Welsh language also. If anyone is available to help translate for us please contact us. Diolch yn fawr.

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Click here to download PDF to view Gwynedd roadworks (150 KB)
Click here to download PDF to view Wrexham roadworks (282 KB)
Click here to download PDF to view Edition 23 OWL Watch Crime News Bulletin (1550 KB)

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