A PUB on Anglesey has been forced to close for good after a break-in saw 77 gallons of beer spilled all over the premises.

The incident, in which burglars turned all the taps on and stole raffle money, took place between 1am and 9pm on Saturday, January 5, at the Kings Arms Hotel in Holyhead.

The pub's official Facebook page has confirmed that it will now be closing for good following the incident.

A statement read: "Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Kings will be closing its doors for good tomorrow (Thursday, January 9)."

The status added that Dawn Dreyer had been an "amazing landlady" who had put the Marine Square pub "on the map."

Dawn, originally from South Africa, has been in charge of the pub since July last year. She labelled the incident "disheartening" and confirmed that the premises had suffered "flood damage."

Police say they are investigating the incident. Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quote crime incident number X001912.