Police appeal after home targeted in Gwynedd seaside village

Nefyn Beach, Gwynedd.
Nefyn Beach, Gwynedd. -Credit:Daily Post Wales

Police have issued an appeal after the latest incident at a property in a seaside village in Gwynedd. Officers say that a number of issues have been reported on Stryd y Felin in Nefyn.

They described it as an "ongoing issue" - with the incidents including a burglary and vandalism. The latest burglary at the property was at the end of April.

Police are asking if people in the local area know anything or have CCTV or RING door bell footage that could help. They suspect young people - possibly high school students.

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North Wales Police said: "We are appealing for information surrounding a Burglary in Nefyn. A property on Stryd y Felin has been vandalised and has structural damage.

"We are appealing for any witnesses or anyone with CCTV or RING door bell that covers the area of Stryd y Felin. This has been an ongoing issue with the last occasion being 25/04/2024. We suspect that the perpetrators are young youths possibly secondary school students.

"If you have any information or CCTV/ Ring door bell that would be able to assist us please contact officers on 101, or via the website and using the reference number 24000375054."

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