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Police are appealing for help tracing a 15 year-old who was last seen shopping on Bangor High Street.
North Wales Police says Moray Peacock-Howie from the Dolgellau area has not been seen since about 5.15pm on Monday 12th October.
Moray is 5’10 and slim. When last seen he was wearing a khaki coloured green Parka coat with a white fur hood, a white Tee shirt, dark blue Nike tracksuit bottoms and dark blue Nike trainers. He also wore a black beanie hat with a red ‘NIKE’ logo.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 and quote Missing Person Ref 14140.
Police are appealing for information after a man "behaved in an indecent manner" and followed a woman along a footpath.
North Wales Police say the incident happened in Bangor between 3pm and 4pm on Monday 7th September.
A 20-year-old woman was followed as she walked along the path from the High Street towards Hendrewen Road.
The man is described as being white, around 5’8” tall, aged in his mid-50s to mid-60s and had a tanned and wrinkled complexion.
We are particularly keen to identify the male in the photograph. He was seen in the area not long after the incident and we would like to be able to speak to him to eliminate him from our enquiries.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
North Wales Police is asking traders to be vigilant following reports of counterfeit £10 Scottish Notes in circulation.
Officers say say the dud notes have been used in the Bangor area.
The advice comes following a couple of incidents during the past week where shops have reported the fake £10 notes being in circulation.
Anyone who is offered a forged note is urged to contact police on 101
Police say they are "concerned" about a woman who has been missing for three weeks. They are appealing for help finding her.
Marilyn Smith, 56, was last seen in Bangor on Tuesday, July 28. She is described as Afro-Caribbean with black hair.
Initially we believed that she may have booked into a B&B in the area, however our enquires carried out so far have failed to find her. I would urge anybody who may have information to contact us. Equally I am appealing for Marilyn to make contact with us to let us know she is safe and well.
Anybody who may have seen Marilyn can contact North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference number 13668.
Police are appealing for information after a man indecently exposed himself to a mother and her teenage daughter.
Officers are issuing an appeal for information after a man was seen to be indecently exposing himself in a car in Penrhosgarnedd, Bangor yesterday.
At approximately 12:30pm a woman and her teenage daughter were walking along Penrhos Road in Bangor. A man parked in a car nearby indecently exposed himself. He then sped off in his car - a black Ford Focus.
Police say the man was aged in his late 20s to early 30s with black medium-length hair. He was of medium build and was wearing a black t shirt and possibly khaki coloured trousers.
Police were alerted and officers carried out house to house enquiries in the area.
Anybody with information is asked to contact North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference number S125364.
North Wales Police say it has seized a quantity of what is believes to be controlled drugs along with "substantial" amounts of cash.
Searches were carried out on Monday at addresses in the Lon Ogwen and Lon Y Glyder areas of Bangor. The force says two men have been arrested on money laundering and drugs offences and are currently on bail pending further enquiries.
Various controlled drugs were recovered as well as significant amounts of cash.
Two local men ages 25 and 27 have been arrested and are currently on police bail pending further enquiries and a 44 year old male received a cannabis warning
An 11-year-old boy has been airlifted to hospital in Bangor after falling from a beach cafe in Gwynedd, according to reports.
The Welsh Ambulance Service Helimed team were called to the scene in Abersoch earlier this morning.
The boy was flown to Ysbyty Gwynedd for treatment. His condition is not thought to be life threatening.
Police are appealing for information to help find a university student who they believe could be in Bangor.
Jason Tatlock, 20, has not been seen since he left his home in the Black Country, in the Midlands, a week ago.
Police are looking into an ATM transaction in Bangor, where Jason's bank card was used to withdraw cash.
Jason is described as a white male, 5ft 9ins tall, of thin build, with mousy cropped hair and a fair complexion. He was wearing three-quarter length blue-grey trousers, white ankle socks and pale denim deck shoes when he was last seen.
His family and friends are very worried as it’s completely out of character for Jason to vanish like this without letting anyone know of his whereabouts.
If anyone has seen Jason I’d urge them to contact me immediately so we can make checks that he is safe and well. Equally, I’d ask for Jason himself to please contact a friend or family member to let someone know he’s OK.
Anyone with information is asked to call DC Homer at west Midlands Police on the 101 number.
Police have issued an E-fit as part of a re-appeal for information after a man attempted to grab a girl as she made her way to school in Bangor last month.
The man is described as:
- aged around 50 years old
- scruffy appearance
- thick grey/white facial stubble
- wearing a black thigh-length jacket with a black hood and dark green jean
- said to smell of alcohol
- spoke with a local accent.
Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Steven Thomas at Bangor Police Station on 101 quoting incident R109619 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.