North Wales Police have continued their pursuit of anti-social behaviour in the local community, following a number of successful arrests yesterday.


Officers executed four search warrants this morning, Wednesday 9 October, including two in Bangor, one in Menai Bridge and another in Llangefni.

One man was arrested for breach of a restraining order, another for a recall to prison, whilst a woman has been arrested for possession of drugs.

Police said they were again working with colleagues from local housing associations, the North West Regional Crime Unit and British Transport Police.

A police statement said: “We are conducting stop-searches, and our dog section is sniffing around too! We’re advising vulnerable people regarding ‘Cuckooing’ and the Probation Service Community Service Team are out and about removing litter from anti-social behaviour ‘hotspots’.

“We are working hard to keep our community safe for everyone, and we thank you for all the information you continue to provide. Please contact us on 101 if you have anything that will help us.”

Police raided five houses in Bangor on Tuesday, making a total of seven arrests in relation to ‘County Lines’ drug dealing and other offences.

Photos: North Wales Police