POLICE BAIL for former North Wales Police superintendent Gordon Anglesea has been extended.
Anglesea was the 18th person to be arrested as part of Operation Pallial — the re-investigation of historical child abuse allegations in North Wales — in December last year.
At that time he was bailed to appear at a police station this month.
A spokesman for the National Crime Agency, which runs Operation Pallial, told Rebecca Television yesterday that Anglesea answered bail on April 17.
He was then re-bailed until early September.
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