Burglar Gethin Williams broke into North Wales Police’s senior detective Superintendent Iestyn Davies home whilst his family were fast asleep. Gethin Williams stole around £4000 worth of belongings, he also stole food from the fridge and took Iestyn Davies’s sandwiches which were made ready for work the next day. He put the items he stole in Mr Davies’s wheelbarrow and pushed the wheelbarrow back to his own home, all the stuff was retrieved by North Wales police and returned back to Mr Davies who lives on Anglesey.
I think we would all have to agree this type of crime is despicable.
When Mr Davies and his family realised, that they had been burgled they immediately contacted North Wales police and told the police their address and amazingly they were there in force within half an hour. I would like to congratulate North Wales Police for the speedy response and great detective work in catching the burglar and I would really like to know what telephone number Mr Davies rang to get the police there so fast?
I contacted North Wales Police to make two complaints on the 6th of June 2019, it took 28 minutes before the police answered, I also rang twice more, and they took 16 minutes and 11 minutes before answering. Think about it readers of the blog half an hour to answer a telephone call and yet Iestyn Davies can have a gang of police at his house within half an hour.
Going back to my complaint, when the lady finally answered my call after nearly 30 minutes, I asked what was the reason for taking so long to answer the call? The answer she gave me was “it depends what month it is as the holiday camps are very busy” I told her these calls are recorded but I’ve also recorded the conversation from my end.
I could let you listen to it but it’s painful, North Wales Police repeating themselves for 30 minutes saying your call is important to us, once my complaint was made to PSD, I asked them did they want my copy of the tape, they said no they would be able to listen to it from their control room.
I spoke to supervisor Sion Jones and he says we are short staffed. It was like banging your head against a brick wall, I kept repeating myself saying it should not take half an hour to answer a telephone call.
Superintendent Iestyn Davies are you aware that 30 motorhomes have been stolen across North Wales in the last 16 months that are worth over £1 million? Have North Wales Police any intelligence where these motorhomes may be? As I already stated Iestyn, you had half of the force at your property within half an hour for a thief pushing a wheelbarrow with no air in the tyre and a second-hand laptop along with your sandwiches for work. It says on the police website anyone with information relating to the theft of the motorhome or who may know its whereabouts is asked to contact North Wales Police on 101, it doesn’t say you may have to wait half an hour before we answer your call.
Mr Davies may I remind you the badge means to protect and serve, that means protect the public, North Wales Police are not protecting the public, I could go on to mention a number of unsolved crimes, I’m going to list just a few:
- Fish & Chip Shop in Llandudno, money robbed.
- Local Ice Cream Parlour in Rhos on Sea; Owner followed home, house robbed, and money taken.
- Ice Cream Van vendor, Llandudno, followed home, his property robbed; his safe was found thrown off the Great Orme, never been finger printed.
- Sandwich Deli Owner, Llandudno, house robbed, and money taken.
- Rhos on Sea businessman, his home robbed.
I find it quite strange Mr Davies you can’t help the poor victims above; they don’t wish to be named; I’m protecting their identity. But you could manage to find the burglar that robbed your house, you’re talking of millions of pounds of unsolved crimes listed above. How do you feel about these victims?
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