A man and woman have been charged in court following reports of two robberies in Llanelli.
The incidents happened during the early hours of Sunday (Oct 29) morning.
A spokesperson for Dyfed-Powys Police said: “Jimmy Hearne, aged 32, was charged with two counts of robbery, assault with intent to commit robbery, possession of a knife or bladed article in a public place and breaching a restraining order.
Jadeanne Williams, aged 25, was charged with robbery, handling stolen goods and possession of a class B drug.”
Both appeared at Llanelli Magistrates’ Court this morning (Nov 1), and were committed to Swansea Crown Court. Until the next hearing on December 4, they were remanded in custody.
Dyfed-Powys Police Detective Inspector Gareth Roberts, of Llanelli Joint Investigation Unit, said: “This effective and efficient investigation has demonstrated the commitment of Dyfed-Powys Police to deploy appropriate specialist resources to support vulnerable victims and swiftly arrest and charge two people.
“It must be remembered that such serious incidents are rare within our communities and the support and information provided by members of the public has been invaluable in delivering a timely prosecution.”