Police urge online daters to be wary of romance fraud

LOVE might be in the air around Valentine’s Day, but Dyfed-Powys Police is urging people to be wary of who they meet on dating websites after saving potential victims from sending £52,000 to fraudsters.

The force’s Financial Crime Team has offered advice to people dating online to help stop their heart – and their finances...

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Haven’t made a New Years’ Resolution yet? Want to do something different?

Many of us have made pledges for the new year to make us better people, for example- drink less, exercise more, lose weight, start a new hobby, the list goes on but it can be difficult to decide what to...

Steele is back behind bars

Jamie Robert Steele, 22, of Carmarthen, who was wanted by Dyfed-Powys Police for failing to attend court, has returned to prison.

Steele was located by officers in the Burry Port area on Monday, January 29 and taken to custody.

He appeared before Llanelli Magistrates’ Courts on Tuesday, January 30, and was recalled to prison.

Successful first year for QAP volunteers

A group of nine residents from across Dyfed-Powys have been working hard for the last year to support Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn, carry out one of his most crucial roles – holding the police to account for how the public are treated.

Formed in February 2017, the Quality Assurance Panel (QAP) is responsible for...