POLICE officers in Wrexham City are called on to attend all kinds of situations every day.

On Wednesday morning, Inspector Luke Hughes shared details of some of the incidents and reports his officers were alerted to in the preceding 24 hours.

He said there were 51 incidents recorded, some of them being: 

8.34am – reports of an ongoing issue between neighbours. Insp Hughes said: "Our neighbourhood policing team are heavily involved in many similar disputes and at times they can become incredibly time consuming matters to resolve. Like this incident they often involve private tenants or local authority tenants so we ensure we work together to resolve."

9.29am – male arrested for criminal damage and taken to Llay.

11.46am – report of vegetables and a bench stolen over a period of time from the allotments at Prices lane.  Insp Hughes said: "The investigation will be taken on by our 'managed response team' - they are desk based investigators; however neighbourhood police will review and ensure the location receives regular checks."

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1.39pm – Shoplifting, Ruthin Road. 

1.46pm – Female seen to steal two cans of energy drink. She is detained and matter resolved with an out of court disposal.

3pm – Closure order granted for an address in Jubilee Road –  Insp Hughes said: "Only named tenants can now enter the address, any visitors are liable to arrest – we will monitor." 

5pm – officers attend to a “sudden death.”  Insp Hughes said: "You may not know but our officers attend to numerous incidents on a weekly basis where people have passed away through natural causes, despite there being no criminal concerns around their passing. We act on behalf of the coroner in a significant number of such deaths, another one of the non-crime duties that maybe you were not aware of." 

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6pm – domestic dispute.

6.53pm – concern for safely of male – locate safe and well.

8.23pm – missing person – 14 year old female

8.42pm – another missing 14 year old female 

8:42pm – missing 16 year old female.  Insp Hughes said: "All thought to be separate unrelated incidents and all resolved, however very time consuming enquiries and worrying for the parents and families involved."

9.22pm – verbal abuse given to a male in Bellevue Park. Insp Hughes said: "Matter will be reviewed by neighbourhood police team and contact made today, aiming for a more visible presence this evening in case of ongoing issues." 

10.19pm – incident on Abbott Street – male arrested on suspicion of assault

10.49pm – call from care provider, elderly male pressing help pendant, officers attend and all is well.