Trio charged in connection with spate of rural burglaries

Published date: 20 August 2014 |
Published by: Owen Evans 
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THREE men have been charged in connection with a spate of rural burglaries over a twelve month period.

The men, all in their 20s and from Connah's Quay were charged with conspiracy to commit burglary other than a dwelling between May 2013 and May 2014.

The charges relate to incidents which took place throughout North Wales over the twelve month period.

All were bailed to appear before Mold Magistrates Court on October 9.

Inspector Dave Jolly, of North Wales Police, said: "The arrests and charges form part of our ongoing investigation into rural burglaries which have taken place across the force area and the operation will continue.

"I’d urge anyone with information regarding this type of offence to contact North Wales Police on 101 or alternatively via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."

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  1. Posted by: Roland-Cleth at 09:11 on 21 August 2014 Report

    Surprising. I'd assumed they'd be scousers.

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