POLICE held a two minute silence at at the regional headquarters on Armistice Day.

North Wales Police chief constable Carl Foulkes led the ceremony in Colwyn Bay at 11am on Wednesday, November 11.

He was joined by deputy chief constable Richard Debicki and assistant chief constable Sacha Hatchett.

Mr Foulkes was pictured as he laid a red poppy wreath beneath the police headquarters flagpole, which was flying the Union Jack, before he performed the military salute.

North Wales Police tweeted: "A short service was held at Police HQ, Colwyn Bay for officers and staff to pay their respects on Armistice Day with a two-minute silence.

"At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them."