Sgt Louise Lucas: Books of Condolence opened

South Wales Police has opened books of condolence at Llanishen and Swansea Central Police Stations. They are available at all opening times in Swansea and at Llanishen today (Thursday) until 7.00pm and on Saturday and Sunday and Tuesday 7th through to Friday 10th April from 11.00am to 7.00pm.

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Allwch chi helpu’r heddlu i ddatrys trosedd?

Gall y darn lleiaf o wybodaeth wneud gwahaniaeth mawr. Darllenwch ein hapeliadau i weld a allwch helpu’r ymchwilwyr sy’n delio â’r achos.  

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Close up shot of a technician analysing fingerprint evidence on a microscope. One of the fingerprints has been given the title "Delta" with an arrow pointing to it.
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Angen cysylltu â Heddlu De Cymru?

Mae nifer o ffyrdd y gallwch gysylltu â ni yn Heddlu De Cymru. I gael gwybod mwy …

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Inspector Dan Howe on patrol in Cardiff city centre. There are members of the public blurred in the background walking through town.
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Operation Fulcrum: £220,000 cannabis factory dismantled, £1000s seized

Police officers who carried out a day of action across the city of Cardiff have revealed that three cannabis factories were dismantled – one of which was growing cannabis worth an estimated £220,000.

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Jail for Rhondda man who stole from vulnerable pensioner

A Rhondda man who stole more than £124,000 from a 77 year-old ex-miner who ‘trusted him like a son’, and spent the majority of the stolen money gambling, has been sent to jail for three years.

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This Rhondda man was sent to jail for stealing money from an elderly man who he befriended.

Family tribute to victim of road traffic collision

The victim of a fatal road traffic collision which occurred on Friday 27th February on Ninian Park Road in Cardiff has been named as Hamid Ali Khan, 12, from Riverside in Cardiff.

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Police and Trading Standards join with Barclays to combat rogue traders

Trading Standards and South Wales Police have teamed up with a national bank to protect vulnerable people from unscrupulous rogue traders and fraudsters.

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Know the score – Drink Less, Enjoy ‘Merthyr Tydfil’ More

The leader of Merthyr Tydfil council is personally backing South Wales Police’s campaign that urges people to enjoy a night out.

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Superintendent Huw Lewis, New Crown Inn owner Jorge Gascenso, and Merthyr Tydil Council Leader Brendon Toomey, inside the New Crown Inn on High Street, Merthyr Tydfil.

Half term fun and activities at Pentwyn Leisure Centre

On Monday night more than 40 young people came along to Pentwyn Leisure Centre where they were able to take part in a wide range of diversionary activities.

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New campaign gets people to “Know the Score – Drink Less, Enjoy More”

People are being urged to enjoy a good night out by not having too much to drink.

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Trail of coins helped lead officers to money box burglar

A woman whose house was burgled as she, her husband, and three children slept upstairs, said she ‘felt sick and violated’ following the incident in which her childrens’ money boxes had been stolen from downstairs.

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Sent to jail after he admitted a burglary in which he stolen two childrens' money boxes.

Murder of Nadine Aburas: Arrest made

Sammy Almahri, who is wanted on suspicion of murdering Nadine Aburas, whose body was discovered at the Futures Inn in Cardiff on New Year’s Eve has been arrested and is the custody of Tanzanian police authorities.

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Liberty Stadium flare incident leads to banning order for supporter

A football fan has been made the subject of a banning order after setting off a flare during a Premier League match between Swansea City and Tottenham at the Liberty Stadium.

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Nadine Aburas murder investigation: Statement by victim’s mother

Statements from Andrea Aburas, mother of Nadine and from Detective Superintendent Paul Hurley.

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Nadine Aburas

Memorial to PC Andrew James unveiled

A special memorial service was held at Cardiff Bay police station yesterday (Monday 22 December) when a plaque was unveiled in memory of PC Andrew James who was killed while on duty in August 2003.

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Chief Constable Peter Vaughan and force Chaplain Rev Glyn James at the unveiling of the plaque.
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