North Wales Police are appealing for motorists who may have been traveling along the main Towyn coast road with a dashcam during the early hours of Tuesday morning.
The appeal comes after a new born baby was found at a bus shelter near Palin’s Holiday Camp on Tuesday 11th July by a member of the public as police continue their efforts to find mother.
They require any motorist to come forward by uploading any dashcam footage if they were traveling along the A548, Towyn coast road, between Monday 10th July at around 11:30pm to Tuesday 11th July at 9am.
If you were traveling along that road at that time you can contact North Wales Police via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, you will then be sent a link to upload your footage. Please ensure that you use the subject “Dashcam Appeal: Op Equniox” before sending.
Alternatively, if anyone knows who the mother is or can provide any information which may assist in identifying her please contact North Wales Police by calling 101, quoting reference number V103529
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Two teenage boys have denied murdering Amarjeet Singh-Bhakar in Rhyl.
The youths, aged 15 and 16 – who can not be named for legal reasons – are accused of stabbing the shop owner during a disturbance outside a house on Prince Edward Avenue in April. Mr Singh-Bhakar died later in hospital.
Both teenagers from Rhyl are also charged with wounding with intent and violent disorder. They were remanded in custody until they go on trial at Mold Crown Court on Tuesday 3rd October.
Five people from Greater Manchester – including a teenager and the victim’s cousin and younger brother – are also accused of violent disorder, but deny the charges.
On Monday, the prosecution revealed that a man had been charged with possessing a firearm and was due to appear before magistrates.
All of the defendants are due to stand at the October trial, which is expected to last up to six weeks.
Source: Rhyl Journal