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Police are investigating after thieves broke into St Cybi’s Church in Stanley Street, Holyhead.
North Wales Police said thieves forced their way into the church through a small stone arched window and stole a money box and money.
Investigating Officer PC Les Ellis at Holyhead Police Station said:
We’d like to hear from anyone who saw any suspicious behaviour or activity in the area at the time of the break-in.
I’m also asking local businesses and communities to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity immediately.
The break-in happened between Friday 20th and Sunday 22nd October.
Police say they are concerned for the welfare of a missing 16-year-old girl.
Yazmin Higgins was last seen around 10:30pm last night, 13th September, and has not returned to her Trearddur Bay home near Holyhead.
PC Sarah Jones said:
Yazmin is believed to be in the company of another young female. Our enquiries with Yazmin’s friends and family will continue but we also need the public’s help.
North Wales Police said Yazmin is 5 ft 4in tall and of slim build with a white complexion and dyed red shoulder-length hair. She speaks with a Yorkshire accent, has a tattoo that says ‘MUM’ above her wrist and has a stud piercing in the centre of her chin.
Lengthy delays and tailbacks could become the norm without proper planning in Welsh ports, a National Assembly Committee has warned.Read the full story ›
Officers found 35 puppies in the back of a van in "hugely inappropriate conditions".Read the full story ›
North Wales Police is appealing for witnesses after a 92-year-old pedestrian died following a collision with a car in Holyhead.
It happened on the junction of Wian Street and London Road on Saturday 3 June at approximately 12.25pm.
The 92-year-old was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor by ambulance, and was transferred to Stoke due to his life threatening injuries, where he has since passed away.
Police say the car involved was a black Vauxhall Insignia car and the driver was uninjured.
Nine sheds were broken into over the Bank Holiday weekend. Police say petrol was the main target for thieves.Read the full story ›