POLICE WANT TO TRACE 24-YEAR-OLD AFTER INCIDENT AT GREGGS BAKERY

Greggs will be opening in Windsor Road Penarth

Greggs will be opening in Windsor Road Penarth

Conor

Conor McLelland

South Wales Police have today launched an appeal to find a man  they want to talk to about an incident in Greggs Bakery, Windsor Road, Penarth back in October last year.

The man sought is  Conor McLelland (24) who comes from Penarth . No details of the incident itself have been released by the police.

Anyone with information is urged to call 101. Anonymous calls ca be made to  Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

The crime reference number is 1600399929.

About NewsNet

Penarth Daily News email address dmj@newsnet.uk . Penarth Daily News is an independent free on-line fair and balanced news service published by NewsNet Ltd covering the town of Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, UK. All our news items are based on the information we receive or discover at the time of publication and are published on the basis that they are accurate to the best of our knowledge and belief at that time. Comments posted on the site by commentators reflect their opinions and are not necessarily shared, endorsed or supported by Penarth Daily News.
This entry was posted in Penarth Daily News. Bookmark the permalink.

7 Responses to POLICE WANT TO TRACE 24-YEAR-OLD AFTER INCIDENT AT GREGGS BAKERY

  1. Peter Church says:

    Wow, October last year, South Wales Police are on top of their game.
    What next? appeal for witnesses or information on the neolithic foot prints in the Severn Estuary mud flats.

  2. Ian James Griffin says:

    He ate two of their pasties – which is deemed a criminal offence !!!

  3. Paul Fenton says:

    I don’t know if this press release was generated by the local police or from the press office in Police HQ but all I do know it’s highly unprofessional. A number of questions need to be clarified why on earth has it taken so long? Was it a late identification? Was it a violent crime ? Is this suspect dangerous to the public?
    This is not the first time there has been a late press release. Quite a while back there was an assault outside the Railway Pub and it was over a month after that an appeal was made for witnesses! Seriously it’s about time someone in charge in the police stood up and be counted and made the appeal as soon as possible as practicable and when witnesses are likely to come forward and would be far more reliable than more than 3 months later.
    Does the Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael for South Wales ever scrutinise SWP press releases as part of his remit into the efficiency of SWP?
    Does the local police regularly confer with the local media such as PDN,Penarth Times with regard to appeals for witnesses outstanding crimes etc? In my experience the public want to help.

    • Mark Foster says:

      Alun Michael uses social media to support his concept of community cohesion. Go figure. He thinks you’re stupid. He should be replaced by somebody who operates apolitically.

  4. J24 says:

    The first ever Greggs was in Gosforth in Newcastle upon Tyne, there are now more Greggs’s than McDonalds!

  5. I bet he was wearing a high visibility jacket at the time of the offence, that fools the Police every time , we have had people vandalising the trees around town in broad daylight and got away with it as the Police turned a blind eye to it. Yes the high visibility jacket does it every time , I bet if everyone wore a high viz jacket just for one day the Police would think the town was deserted . With such jackets being worn at all times by the Police its easy to confuse them with other workers , like the little old lady last year who asked me what were the Police were doing digging up the road and laying pipes ? she added, “they should be out doing serious work such as getting cats down from trees and people who don’t pick up dog poo” I had to explain it wasn’t the Police and she would be able to tell by their boots , she was really grateful for my advice . As for the lateness of action by the Police on this crime , I bet they were busy looking for drug use and abuse by raiding the care homes in the area, using highly trained officers , (old people are the worst offenders) errr according to a recent survey.

  6. Paul says:

    Looking at is mug shot, hes a known offender. Hes just free to cause problems wherever he goes….

Comments are closed.