FOOTAGE of an “incident” involving pupils at a Caernarfon school which occurred off school premises last week has been circulated on social media.

This took place on Tuesday (May 7), with police officers in contact with the victim, their family and the school.

In a statement, North Wales Police said it will continue to update them with regards to the investigation.


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District Inspector Ian Roberts said: "I understand that a video of the incident has been shared on social media.

“Whilst the investigation is ongoing, I would urge members of the public to stop sharing it, and to remove it from any pages.

“This is for the wellbeing of the pupil involved.”

Anyone with information that can assist enquiries is asked to contact North Wales Police via its website or by calling 101, quoting reference 24000419754.