Police looking to speak to men in Wrexham burglary probe

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Staff reporter (Leader Live)

IMAGES have been released of two men police want to speak to as part of  investigations into a burglary on Wrexham Industrial Estate.

Police are appealing for information about the incident which saw the premises broken into three weeks ago.

A spokesman for North Wales Police said: “Police are appealing for the public to help identify two men wanted to assist an investigation into a burglary at commercial premises on Wrexham Industrial Estate between 6.10pm and 6.30pm on April 29.

“Anyone with information should contact North Wales Police on 101 quoting the crime reference number RC1406 3280.”

It is the latest theft to have rocked the industrial estate in recent weeks. Two weeks ago, £3,000 worth of fireworks were stolen from Bright Sparks Fireworks. Police have confirmed enquiries into that incident are still ongoing.

The thefts led to one of the estate’s landlords, Craig Malley, of CMP Properties, calling for a more prominent police presence on the site.

He believed petty thefts had risen since the estate was left without a PCSO based there, saying: “The  co-ordination centre used to be at Redwither Tower but then it was moved out to Gresford. Ideally someone would be based here.”

A spokesman for North Wales Police said: "The area is covered by our patrolling officers and if anyone has any information for police or sees anything suspicious they should contact NWP on 101."

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