POLICE were called to an alleged incident at the RSPCA veterinary clinic in Rhyl earlier this week.

Officers attended the clinic, on Vaughan Street, early on Monday afternoon (June 3).

The RSPCA has said both it and North Wales Police are aware of the incident, allegedly an altercation involving two or more people.


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A witness told the Journal: "Police were called, and they came out and took all of the information, and looked at the CCTV."

A RSPCA spokesperson said: “We are aware of an incident at RSPCA Clwyd & Colwyn Branch’s vet clinic in Rhyl.

“North Wales Police are aware and we will not be commenting further.”

North Wales Police declined to comment when approached.