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A man has been arrested and another hospitalised after a 'family feud' in Rhyl on Friday morning.
North Wales Police say the incident in Sandringham Avenue involved the use of a weapon.
An incident between two family members was reported to North Wales Police this morning, where a male had received an injury requiring medical treatment. A second man was detained soon after and remains in custody whilst enquires are being progressed.
It is a concern that the incident involved the use of a weapon, which had been obtained from with their home address.
This appears to have been a family feud which resulted in one man receiving an injury to his arm. I would like thank those members of the community who provided assistance to the injured man and for their support today.
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A number of "significant arrests" have been made in Rhyl as part of what police have described as a high profile operation.
Officers said offences such as the carrying of dangerous instruments or weapons, criminal use of firearms and drug supplies were targeted, and those individuals causing harm to communities were disrupted.
It's all part of a project in the town to tackle serious and organised crime.
North Wales police said people in the area should feel reassured.
Recent events have only highlighted the challenges that we continue to face in keeping Rhyl safe. This operation is just one of a number of tactics ongoing at present. > Whilst members of the public can feel reassured by our activity, those individuals causing harm should know that we are being proactive in our efforts to convict them.> I would urge members of the public to continue to report any unusual or suspicious activity using 101. Alternatively contact the live webchat or Crimestoppers.
Two youths have been charged with the murder of Amarjeet Singh-Bhakar after he was fatally stabbed in Rhyl in the early hours of Sunday 30th April 2017.
37-year-old Amarjeet, from Manchester, died from his wounds in hospital.
One of the youths has been additionally charged with the wounding of another male and both have been remanded in police custody pending their appearance at Wrexham court on Wednesday.
Three other males from the Rhyl area have been released under investigation, whilst five males from the greater Manchester area have been charged with violent disorder in relation to the incident. They have been remanded in police custody pending their appearance at Wrexham court tomorrow morning.
There remains a significant amount of work to conduct and the investigation is by no means complete. Our dedicated team of officers are actively pursuing all lines of enquiry. We remain open minded in regard to the motive resulting in this altercation and continue to seek the support of the public in relation to this matter.
We are aware that this case has had a significant impact on the community and would take this opportunity to reassure the public that additional resources have been deployed to the Rhyl area as the investigation continues. Sadly this incident demonstrates how being in possession of a knife can escalate into fatal consequences.
An eight-year-old boy reported missing in Rhyl has been found safe and well, police say.
North Wales Police appealed for information after Tyler Emberton went missing in the Rhyl town area.
Tyler has been found safe and well, many thanks
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Four people have been arrested in Rhyl after a main road was cordoned off by armed police on Monday night.
Rumours on social media suggest there was a shooting, however North Wales Police has denied the claims.
The force said there had been an "incident" in Wellington Road but gave no further details.
Police are appealing for information after a nightclub owner was assaulted outside his home address on Saturday.
The incident happened at around 4.30am when the businessman was assaulted by two men, who demanded money, as he pulled up outside his home in Violet Grove, Rhyl.
The Fusion nightclub owner required hospital treatment as a result of the assault.
The two men left the area before police were called.
This was a cowardly attack on a local businessman.
It is fortunate that he has not sustained more serious injuries.
We believe that the offenders have observed his movement as he arrived on Violet Grove.
We are pursuing a number of lines of enquiry and the assistance received from the public to date is very much appreciated.
If you know who was responsible for this incident or you have any information, no matter how insignificant you believe it may be, I urge you to get in touch.
We are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the incident or anyone who may have seen people acting suspiciously in the vicinity of the nightclub or in Violet Grove around the time of this incident to contact police.