Residents are being urged to remain vigilant following reports of a suspicious man "prowling" around Wrexham residential streets late at night.

North Wales Police is renewing its appeal for information following further reports of suspicious activity just off Ruabon Road in the Edward Street and Poyser Street areas of the town.

DCI Gary Kelly said; “In May we appealed for information following reports of a man behaving suspiciously late at night in the Ruabon Road, Edward Street and Poyser Street areas.

“In recent weeks we have received further reports of a man prowling the area, including an incident at around 1am on Sunday, July 7 when a man was seen outside the kitchen window of a house in Edward Street. He fled when seen by the occupant.

“I am appealing for information and dashcam footage between midnight on July 6 and 2am on July 7 around the Edward Street area.

“We don’t at this stage know if these incidents are linked, but I would ask residents to make sure their homes and outbuildings are secure and to report any suspicious activity to police on 101 or through our live chat."

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Anyone who has information about the incidents can quote references 19100253471 and X094885.