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Police called into county council

Anglesey council office at Llangefni
Police will interview the complainant

The police have been called to investigate a complaint by a senior member of staff at Anglesey council.

North Wales Police said that they had received the complaint "in relation to events within the council".

It comes as a team from the office of the Auditor General for Wales starts an inspection into how the council is run.

A spokesperson for the audit office said the police matter was an "entirely separate investigation" which had not emerged from its current work.

The auditor general's report is due to be published in June.

The police statement said: "North Wales Police can confirm that they have received a complaint from a senior officer in Anglesey council in relation to events within the council.

"North Wales Police will interview the complainant and cannot at this stage make any further comment."

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