Anglesey: Coastguard and RNLI continue search operation off Trearddur Bay

  • Video Credit: Liam Smith

A major search has resumed off the Anglesey coast amid fears a person has been swept off rocks into the water.

The coastguard rescue helicopter and RNLI lifeboats were scrambled last night, Saturday 29 July, to Raven's Point, Trearddur Bay.

A spokeswoman from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency confirmed the search was ongoing on Sunday morning.

North Wales Police described it as a "serious incident" adding its officers are supporting the coastguard with the incident.

Officers have urged members of the public to avoid the area while the search continues.

Holyhead, Moelfre and Rhosneigr Coastguard Rescue Teams are also helping, along with the police and Wales Ambulance Service.

The search was ongoing on Sunday morning, according to the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. Credit: Liam Smith

North Wales Police posted on social media on Saturday night saying: "There is a serious police incident currently ongoing at Raven's Point, Trearddur Bay, Anglesey.

"Members of the public are politely requested to leave/not to attend the area, as their presence is impeding on the operation there. Thank you for your co-operation in this matter."