A man is in police custody following a robbery on a Post Office in Conwy.
North Wales Police say they were called to the scene at around 3:30pm on Conway Road, Talybont and a man was arrested.
I would like to reassure the public that offences of this nature are unusual for the West Conwy area, albeit there was an unrelated similar offence in Llandudno two weeks ago where a man was arrested, charged and put before the courts.
North Wales Police have arrested and bailed a man and woman on suspicion of assault following the death of a baby girl in Penygroes, Gwynedd. The baby's death is so far "unexplained", police say.
The ambulance service contacted police at 04.42am on Monday morning to say a baby girl had been taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, where she sadly died. The couple - both from the local area - have now been released on bail.
Yesterday a spokeswoman for the Welsh Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 0439 hours on Monday to reports of a medical emergency in the Penygroes, Caernarfon area. We responded with one rapid response vehicle and two emergency ambulances."
The baby's body has been taken to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool, for examination by forensic and paediatric pathologists and further tests.
North Wales Police have confirmed that a man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of assault following the death of a baby girl.
Emergency services were called to a home in Penygroes, Gwynedd in the early hours of Monday morning. A baby girl was taken by ambulance to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor where she died.
A post-mortem has been carried out and the cause of death is currently unknown. The man and woman, from the local area are currently being questioned.
Police have launched an investigation following the 'unexplained death' of a baby.
Emergency services were called to a home in Penygroes, Gwynedd just before 4.45am on Monday. A baby girl was taken by ambulance to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor where she died.
The Welsh Ambulance Service confirmed they had taken a baby girl to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor. A spokeswoman said: “We were called at 0439 hours on Monday to reports of a medical emergency in the Penygroes, Caernarfon area. We responded with one rapid response vehicle and two emergency ambulances."
Police enquiries are ongoing and an inquest has been opened.
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.
Police say a man's body has been found on a north Wales beach.
The discovery was made just before 5.30pm yesterday evening at Kinmel Bay.
There are no further details available.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a van was stolen with the owner still in the back. The van containing tools was stolen and then set alight near Bethesda yesterday.
The driver of the van was in the back of the vehicle when two men got in and drove away. The owner managed to escape through the back doors unhurt and alerted police.
The grey Renault van had 'Tool Truck' written on the side and also had an eagle's head on the front. It had been stolen from a lay by on the outskirts of Bethesda by the Bryn Bella crossroads. The van was later discovered on fire Lôn Pobty in Bangor.
Luckily the driver was unharmed however we are appealing to anybody who may have witnessed two men acting suspiciously in the Bryn Bella area to contact us.
We are also appealing to anybody who may have seen a small red van in the Bryn Bella area at the time of the incident to come forward.
Anybody with information should contact North Wales Police on 101 or alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are appealing for help to trace a 16-year-old from Dyserth in Denbighshire.
Olivia Sage was last seen at 9.30pm on Wednesday July 1 in the Colwyn Bay area.
She is described as around 5ft 10ins tall with long dark hair and was wearing white jeans and a blue shirt.
Anyone with information should contact the police on 101.
North Wales Police say they are using specially collated data to tackle the problem of dog attacks on sheep.
The North Wales Police Rural Crime Team shows the true extent of attacks which they say is an under reported national issue.
The analysis shows that in the last 12 months there were 108 separate incidents recorded, with most involving more than one sheep.
The county with the highest incidents is Gwynedd with 27 recorded, nearly three times that of the Wrexham County, with 10.
The average number of attacks is nine a month. In one incident more than 30 sheep were attacked by a Rottweiler in Buckley.
The statistics also reveal that Friday is the day of the week when most attacks occur, substantially more than on a Monday, but it unclear why this is the case.
As a team we needed to decide what the real issues are with rural crime and we have achieved this by recording accurate daily statistics for all manner of incidents.
This has led to significant drops in all rural incidents in North Wales, including sheep attacks. We have found that the only answer with such attacks is to take a zero tolerance approach with irresponsible dog owners.
This has led to court cases and heavy fines.