A MAN has been arrested after a large-scale police incident involving a pursuit.
The incident happened in the Johnstown area on Tuesday at about 8.30pm.
On Tuesday night the National Police Air Service Helicopter said: “Assisting North Wales Police with a search for suspects following a pursuit.
“Two males detained in the Johnstown area and vehicle recovered.”
In an update yesterday, North Wales Police issued a statement which said: “A male driver was arrested for failing to stop for police and dangerous driving.”
The police operation included the force helicopter together with a number of vehicles.
Ruabon resident Edmund Phillips was passing through Johnstown on a bus on Tuesday evening.
He said: “I saw there were about four or five police cars with their blue lights on.
“There was a lot of activity.”
A resident of Johnstown’s Nant Park estate, who asked not to be named, added: “There were a lot of officers on the estate.”
Another unnamed resident, from Offa Street, said: “The police helicopter was circling and hovering around here for quite some time. There were police cars out as well.”