An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who stole perfume worth £9,000 from a Boots store by loading it into a wheelie bin.
Lee Hollender, 39, first smashed the front window of the store in Prestatyn with a breeze block in August.
Once inside he shattered cabinets with a hammer and loaded the contents into the bin.
Hollender, a father-of-eight of Chinley Grove, Birmingham, who’d been on a caravan holiday, was caught after he’d cut himself in the store and his blood identified him.
Magistrates at Llandudno had granted bail after he pleaded guilty to burglary, and sent him to the crown court for sentence. When he failed to arrive at Caernarfon court today a warrant was issued.
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South Wales Fire and Rescue say there is "major disruption" in an area of Cwmbran following a gas leak.
Gwent Police say people were evacuated from the Ashbridge Inn after a gas pipe was severed.
A 100 metre cordon is now in place.
Road closures closures currently in place are Avondale Road from the Nissan garage up to Bevans Lane, Chapel Lane to the roundabout at the top of Edlogan Way, and Pontrhydyrun Road to the roundabout on the A4051.
Diversions have been put in place by the local authority and they have advised that they will remain for at least another 24 hours.
Plans are being drawn up on how 20,000 patients in a Welsh seaside town will be able to see their local GP after are two surgeries announced they were closing down as they can recruit new doctors.
Pendyffryn Medical Group and Seabank Surgery, both in Prestatyn, have given notice that they will be terminating their contract with the local Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board on the 31st March 2016.
The health board will meet next week to discuss the closures and how they plan to provide primary care services to "the changing needs of the population."
Plaid Cymru would abolish social care charges for the elderly and those with dementia if it were in government it has announced ahead of next year's Assembly elections.
The party’s Shadow Health Minister Elin Jones said that the party would achieve the goal through a phased approach:
- The party will deliver free non-residential personal care for older people within the first two years
- Nursing and residential care charges for those with dementia will be abolished within five years
- All remaining social care charges for the elderly would be completely abolished within the second term of a Plaid Cymru government
Social care is currently means-tested and charged at the point of need.
Earlier today Plaid Cymru announced it would scrap Wales' seven health boardsand replace it with a "National Hospital Board" responsible for running hospitals.
Plaid Cymru will deliver free personal care for the elderly and those with dementia, with a view to extend this to deliver free care for all.
The so-called Lottery of NHS Continuing Care will cease to exist. This is historic change that will put the needs of patients back at the heart of the NHS.
Australia coach Michael Cheika has named his side for this weekend's Pool A decider against Wales. The announcement was delayed until after this morning's training session so Cheika could assess the fitness of full-back Israel Folau - who's named in the starting line-up.
The Wallabies are without flanker Michael Hooper who's banned for a week after being cited for charging England's Mike Brown last weekend.