Sunday, July 22, 2018

Police Appeal following Caernarfon burglaries



Police in Caernarfon are investigating a recent spike in house burglaries, which they are treating as ‘linked’, in the general area of Llanrug and surrounding villages between 13th and 24th December 2017.   Four houses were broken into overnight or during the hours of darkness via rear doors or conservatory windows with jewellery and cash being targeted.  



In one particular case a family’s home was broken into on Christmas Eve and expensive jewellery stolen. One family have described the huge impact the break-in has had saying “ It is not the monetary value of the items stolen that upsets us, it is that someone has taken from our home items that are irreplaceable and mean so much to us”.



Police are appealing for information from anyone who has seen or heard anything relating to these offences, and in particular anyone that has been offered a bespoke diamond engagement ring, a Kohn and Sohn watch or Tiffany Bracelet pictures of which are attached.



Investigating officer PC Bethany Clarke at Caernarfon Police Station said “These are deplorable crimes that have a huge impact on the victims whatever the time of year, but to suffer such a personal loss over the Christmas period compounds that further. There will be members of the local community able to assist us in these investigations and I urge them to contact North Wales Police either via our control room web live chat or alternatively phone 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and quote RC17192899.


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Source: (Thu Jan 4th 2018)

Leanne Hughes
Leanne Hughes
Local News & Events, Welsh Politics
Caerphilly & Merthyr Tydfil

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