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44-year-old Liam James Hill was found dead at his flat in Rhyl earlier this month. Police are treating his death as suspicious.Read the full story ›
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North Wales Police is appealing for help to find a 15-year-old girl who's gone missing in Rhyl.
Stevie Lee Mathews, who also uses the name O'Loughlin, was last seen at around 2am on Sunday morning. Efforts to find her since then have been unsuccessful and officers are focusing on Rhyl and Holywell, where she is known to have friends and family.
Stevie is around 5ft 8ins tall, has mousey brown hair with blonde highlights and of slim build. She was last seen wearing a white pin-striped shirt, a furry gillet top, brown scarf and trainers.
Anyone with information should contact North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference 14645.
Police investigating a fatal fire at a workshop in Rhyl say they're treating it as 'unexplained'.
An investigation is underway after a body was found at the building on Vale Road in Rhyl following the fire yesterday afternoon.
Police say they are trying to establish the cause of the fire, but that there is nothing to suggest it is suspicious.
North Wales Police and the North Wales Fire and Rescue Service are continuing with the work to establish the cause of the fire and the identity of the deceased.
A body has been found following a fire at a workshop in Rhyl earlier this afternoon.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service say they were called to the scene of a fire at a workshop on Vale Road in Rhyl at 16.57hrs.
Residents in the local area were evacuated and a body was later found on the premises.
A full investigation into the cause of the fire is now underway.
A road is closed as emergency services attend a building fire in Rhyl.
Vale Road is currently closed around Prince Avenue.
Vale Road Rhyl closed due to a fire emergency services on scene dealing Ffordd Vale Rhyl wedi cau oherwydd Tan gwasanaethau brys yn delio.
North Wales Police is re-appealing for help to find a man reported missing from his home in Rhyl.
62-year-old Brian Roberts was last in Parc Esmor in the town last Thursday morning. He usually attends the post office on Churton Road every day, but hasn't been in since last Wednesday (October 28th). Mr Roberts is of medium build with grey hair and blue eyes. He's known to have links to the Prestatyn and Anglesey areas.
Anyone who has seen Mr Robert is asked to contact police on 101 quoting reference number 14286.
A family are 'lucky to escape with their lives' after a fire at their home.
Fire chiefs stressed the importance of working fire alarms after a mother, her six children and one grandchild escaped the fire at their home in Rhyl.
The cause of the fire is now under investigation.
A 40-year-old woman had minor burns to her hand and the family were all treated for smoke inhalation at the scene by paramedics before being taken to hospital for a check-up.
They were watching TV when one of the children smelled smoke and it was discovered a bed in a downstairs bedroom was alight.
Timothy Edward King claimed to hear voices and blamed the blaze it on his alter-ego who he said was out of control.Read the full story ›