Boy, 12, banned from Rhos-on-Sea after criminal damage to school

A 12-year-old boy had been banned from every shop in England and Wales unless with an adult. 

The boy was also ordered, under conditions of bail imposed by a youth court at Llandudno on April 5, not to enter nearby Rhos-on-Sea.

He admitted 10 thefts from shops, including of vapes and alcohol.

The boy also admitted two offences of threatening behaviour, harassment at a block of flats and a shop, criminal damage listed as costing £4,000 at Ysgol Llandrillo-yn-Rhos, and common assault.


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Prosecutor Adam Warner said there was a further case not before the court, understood to be a burglary.

Hannah Davies, defending, didn’t oppose an adjournment.

Court chairwoman Ann Dickinson told the youngster he had been “quite naughty”.

She added: “We need to get you back on the right track.”

North Wales Pioneer | Llandudno