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Wed 26 Nov 2014 Concern for missing Tracey Jane Williams“Llanelli Police are concerned for the welfare of a missing 45 year old female, Tracey Jane Williams. She was last seen at approximately 12.30pm today leaving Prince Philip Hospital, Llanelli. Mrs Williams is described as white with short grey hair. She was last seen wearing black leggings, navy... read more >>
Wed 26 Nov 2014 Serious RTC A484 between Cwmffrwd and Pibwrlwyd 25/11/14 Dyfed Powys Police Roads Policing Unit are appealing to any person who may have travelled along the A484 Glanmorlais between Cwmffrwd and Pibwrlwyd roundabout in Carmarthen between 5:10pm & 5:15pm on Tuesday 25th of November 2014, when a road traffic collision between a silver Toyota Yaris and... read more >>
Wed 26 Nov 2014 Police chief asks people to look out for the warning signs of radicalisation As more vulnerable people are being influenced through social media, police call for parents, carers, friends and colleagues to be alert to the signs of extremism. As police continue their drive this week to raise awareness about how ordinary people can help keep the Wales safe from terrorism,... read more >>
Wed 26 Nov 2014 Protect Your Property - Register it with ImmobiliseImmobilise is a free online property registration system used by all UK police forces and second hand dealers to check whether property, that is recovered or offered for sale, they come in contact with is stolen. If so it allows them to return it to the owners and also assists in bringing offenders... read more >>
Tue 25 Nov 2014 Be alert when you travel – counter-terror police tell public The travelling public should be alert and aware of their surroundings when using public transport, says the British Transport Police (BTP) Commander for Wales. Superintendent Andy Morgan said: “Around 30,000 people travel on our railways in Wales every single day. For commuters, who make the same... read more >>