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PC Mark Goulding

Force Number: 3626

Contact Number: 07584 003790

Email: mark.goulding@south-wales.pnn.police.uk

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Drugs and cash have been seized by police following multiple warrants in the Vale of Glamorgan.Warrants were executed at three addresses in Barry and two addresses in Penarth on July 18 and 19.Operation Hendon was led by Central BCU’s Organised Crime Unit and involved officers from the Op Sceptre team, Territorial Support Team and the dog section.A quantity of class A drugs including heroin and crack cocaine were recovered along with class B drugs cannabis and amphetamine.Five thousand pounds in cash was also seized during the operation.A 23-year-old Barry man was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply heroin and has been released under investigation.A 60-year-old man was reported for summons for possession of a class B drug – amphetamine. Detective Inspector Sarah Trigg said: “This operation was carried out to target those supplying drugs in our communities. Tackling the supply of drugs is a priority for us and we will continue to take action to dismantle organised crime groups in our areas. “We rely on information from residents to tackle drug supply in our communities and I urge local residents to report any suspicious activity to us.”Anyone who has information relating to illegal drugs should call South Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 11. ... See MoreSee Less

Drugs and cash have been seized by police following multiple warrants in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Warrants were executed at three addresses in Barry and two addresses in Penarth on July 18 and 19.

Operation Hendon was led by Central BCU’s Organised Crime Unit and involved officers from the Op Sceptre team, Territorial Support Team and the dog section.

A quantity of class A drugs including heroin and crack cocaine were recovered along with class B drugs cannabis and amphetamine.
Five thousand pounds in cash was also seized during the operation.

A 23-year-old Barry man was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply heroin and has been released under investigation.
A 60-year-old man was reported for summons for possession of a class B drug – amphetamine.  

Detective Inspector Sarah Trigg said: “This operation was carried out to target those supplying drugs in our communities. Tackling the supply of drugs is a priority for us and we will continue to take action to dismantle organised crime groups in our areas. 
“We rely on information from residents to tackle drug supply in our communities and I urge local residents to report any suspicious activity to us.”

Anyone who has information relating to illegal drugs should call South Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 11.

Schoolchildren from Bridgend got to enjoy a mini football tournament last week.Pyle PCSO Lucy Adams organised the event which was held at Cefn Cribwr Athletic Club fields on Tuesday, July 16.PCSOs from the Maesteg sector joined pupils from 15 schools in the area to take part in a fun-filled day of football.Ysgol y Ferch o’r Sger were the winning team and trophies were also presented to the best male and best female players.Donations were received from Asda and local community councils to provide refreshments and the trophies. The tournament was refereed by volunteers from Swansea City Football Club.PCSO Lucy Adams, from Maesteg Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “I would like to thank all those who took part in this event - for showing huge enthusiasm and team effort. It was wonderful to see so many schools take part in what was a great day.“It’s great to be able to set up events such as this as it’s a delight for us as PCSOs to be able to engage with the children in our community in this way.“A big thank-you must go to Swansea City volunteers for assisting and to Cefn Cribwr BC for letting the event take place. We hope the schools enjoyed themselves and will hopefully be able to take part next year.” ... See MoreSee Less

 

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It was a brilliant day, well organised and the free fruit and water were an absolute bonus for the kids. Everyone enjoyed and all the schools played really well 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

It was a fab event my 2 boys go 2 mynydd cynffig and really enjoyed and the weather was fab 👍

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Have you seen this man?Mark Green, aged 44, of Neath, is wanted in connection with fraud.He also has links to the Nantymoel area.Anyone with any information on his whereabouts can call 101 quoting reference 1900012528 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. ... See MoreSee Less

Have you seen this man?
Mark Green, aged 44, of Neath, is wanted in connection with fraud.
He also has links to the Nantymoel area.
Anyone with any information on his whereabouts can call 101 quoting reference 1900012528 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

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Jamie Griffiths

Jamie Griffiths aged since I last seen you 😂 Maddie Stimson-jagger agrees

Nicholas Beynon

Dave McGillis

He also has links in Maesteg, Cardiff, Bristol, Birmingham

Yes he used to go to the cafe x

Is that Jamie Griffiths ? Craig Reed Craig Baker

He looks familiar 🤔

I recently moved into the last house he was renting in Nantymoel, i've literally had nothing but trouble with people coming to my door looking for him. Absolutley disgusting, i hope they catch up with him soon x

Kathryn Davies is this who I think it is x

Yea its him from the cafe xx

Ross Davies that u 👀

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