North East Wales

Man arrested for Nazi salute during WW1 commemorations

The Armistice service in Wrexham Image copyright Wrexham leader
Image caption Service men and women attended the commemoration in Wrexham town centre

A man has been cautioned by police after giving a Nazi salute at a remembrance parade in Wrexham.

The 20 year old was arrested for a public order offence on Queens Square on Tuesday morning.

Inspector Paul Wycherley of North Wales police tweeted following the incident: "#norespect".

Service men and women marked Armistice Day with a two minute silence and trumpet call in Wrexham town centre.

Image caption The 20 year old was arrested for a public order offence on Queens Square on Tuesday morning

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