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Burglars raid Homebase in Wrexham

Published: 16 November 2016 - Jenny Wonnacott

Police in North Wales are appealing for witnesses following an overnight raid on Homebase in Wrexham.

 Police are on the look out for any pressure washers being sold for "too good to be true" prices
Police are on the look out for any pressure washers being sold for "too good to be true" prices

Thieves broke into the store between 6pm on Saturday and 9am on Sunday by cutting through security fence at the rear of the premises. Five Karcher pressure washers worth £1,250 were stolen.

Inspector Simon Kneale is leading investigations into the burglary, and has told members of the public to be aware of any pressure washers on sale for knock-off prices.

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