Police in Sheffield have found a man wanted by their counterparts in Wales over a robbery.
Zak Corbett was arrested yesterday in Sheffield city centre by officers carrying out routine rough sleeper patrols.
Police had appealed last month for help to find the 44-year-old, who was wanted on suspicion of carrying out a robbery in Anglesey.
North Wales Police said at the time he had links to Sheffield, Manchester and Rotherham.
South Yorkshire Police tweeted: "Great result for @NWPolice & expertly spotted by our @SYPSheffield @SheffCentralNHP officers who were carrying out routine rough sleeper patrols in the city centre #PoliceFamily."
North Wales Police today said Mr Corbett was back in north Wales being questioned by detectives.
"Thanks for your help & RTs and big diolch to #SouthYorksPolice. #Nohidingplace!" the force added.