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Police issue new photo of man who 'disappeared'

Police have released a new photo of a 39-year-old man who "disappeared" early on Sunday 3rd April.

Michael Bryn Jones was last seen on 3rd April. Credit: North Wales Police / Family Photo

Michael Bryn Jones, who is from the Llandudno area, was last seen on the A55 near Junction 11 (Bethesda/Bangor) around 5:30am.

Police say several appeals have led to many potential sightings but they have not led to Michael being located.

Michael’s family will also be present at the Llandudno Extravaganza over the coming Bank Holiday weekend, as they seek to keep the profile of his disappearance at the forefront of the public’s thoughts.

I would appeal for anyone who has any information, or believe they may have seen someone matching Michael’s description around the time he went missing, to please contact us.

– Chief Inspector Mark Armstrong


Pensioners told 'strictly no dancing' in floor row

Pensioners have been warned they’ve performed the last waltz at their seaside dancing venue – in a row about a slippery floor.

Credit: PA

Safety fears have resulted in the 40 ballroom dancers aged between 60 and 85 being told “strictly no dancing” and banned from the Trinity Centre for the elderly at Llandudno.

Today the centre’s management committee, which includes a number of local councillors, were branded “killjoys” by a dance organiser.

But the committee said the dancers were putting accelerants on the floor which helped them glide around and this made it dangerous for other users.

The dancers deny doing this.

While there had been no accidents, the committee chairwoman said the floor had to be re-polished afterwards.


Elderly man sustains 'life threatening injuries' in collision

Police officers were called to Nevill Crescent shortly after 10pm last night. Credit: PA Images

An 80-year-old man has sustained "serious life threatening injuries" after a collision in Llandudno last night.

Emergency services were called to Nevill Crescent shortly after 10pm after reports that an elderly man had been in a collision with a vehicle.

The elderly man was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor but has since been transferred to a hospital in Stoke-on-Trent.

Police are appealing to anybody who may have been in the area at the time to contact the Roads Policing Unit on 101 and quote S188180.

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