TWO more break-ins have taken place in the Denbigh area.

Police are appealing for witnesses after Siop Clwyd on Denbigh high street was broken into on the morning of Monday, November 26.

Trefnant Hall & Cafe in Trefnant, near Denbigh, was also targeted on the Monday night, where a mess was left by the trespassers and the snooker table money box stolen.

Last week, the Free Press reported on a spate of five break-ins during the weekend, at Denbigh Cutters Hair and Nails Deluxe on Vale Street, Queen's Salon and Bargain Boutique on Mount Pleasant, and Eezi Bite on Bridge Street. Items including a till and CCTV box were taken from Queen's.

The police have not yet revealed any suspects.

Responding to the most recent break-ins, a spokesperson for North Wales Police said: "We received a call at 7.57am on Monday to report a break-in on Denbigh high street.

"It is currently unknown whether items were taken.

"We also received a call at 10.20am on Tuesday to report a break-in in Trefnant and that items were taken.

"Anyone with information on the Denbigh incident should contact 101 and reference W168559 (Denbigh) or W169043 (Trefnant)."