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Bogus council worker entering Plasmarl home triggers Police investigation

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South Wales Police are appealing for information after a woman claiming to work for Swansea Council entered a property on Essex terrace in Plasmarl on Monday (21 June).

The woman is described as black and was wearing blue jeans, a white blouse and flip flops. It’s believed she was driving a red Renault Clio.

Acting Detective Inspector Nigel Morgan said: “It may be that there are other people in the local area who have been approached by this woman. If you have had someone at your door recently that you are unsure of, or if a relative or friend has informed you of a similar incident, we would like to hear from you.

“The woman may not be local to the area and we are in the process of carrying out enquiries to establish more information on her. I would ask people to be vigilant and if they see anyone acting suspiciously to contact police.

“We would like to hear from anyone with dashcam footage or private CCTV in the area of Essex Terrace from 1pm on Monday 21st June as it may hold information that could help our investigation.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Police online, by emailing SWP101@south-wales.police.uk or by calling 101 and quoting reference number 2100217697.

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Family pay tribute to Maesteg woman who died in Llangynwd collision

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The woman who died following a road traffic collision on the A4063 near Maesteg on Wednesday (10 August) has been named.

Trudy Williams, aged 28 from the Nantyffyllon area of Maesteg died after her blue Hyundai was involved in a collision with a blue Renault Clio on the route between Nicholls Road and Bridgend Road.

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Her family has paid tribute following their sudden and tragic loss: “Trudy was just an amazing person, she was kind, funny, thoughtful and beautiful inside and out. She lived an active life and was part of the Yr-Hen-Blwyf running club which played a massive part in her life. She volunteered for Rookwood Sound Radio in her spare time, which just tells you the type of person she was.

“She has touched so many people in so many ways. She was successful in almost everything she put her mind to and we know would have gone on to achieve so much more in life. Our loss and grief is just so raw but we are humbled by the outpouring of kind words and support from the community. We just want Trudy to be remembered for all the good she has done and she has left our hearts forever broken.

“Finally, as a family we want to thank all the emergency services and anyone else at scene who tried to help Trudy. We are so grateful for all your efforts”.

(Lead image: Family photo / South Wales Police)

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Maesteg woman dies in serious Llangynwd collision

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South Wales Police are appealing for witnesses after a serious collision on the A4063 near Maesteg.

A local woman was pronounced dead at the scene following the collision between a blue Hyundai and a blue Renault Clio shortly before 9.30pm on Wednesday (10 August).

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The accident, between Nicholls Road and Bridgend Road on the A4063 closed the road from the Shwt turn off to Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Llangynwyd for several hours.

Police Sergeant Jason Beaumont said: “Despite best efforts from the emergency services, the driver of the Hyundai a 29 year-old female, from the Maesteg area, was declared deceased at the scene.

“The driver and passenger of the Renault Clio were taken to hospital with minor injuries.”

Officers are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed, has dash-cam footage, or who stopped at the scene to contact them online or by calling 101 quoting occurrence number 2200269545.

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Have you seen Leon? Police appeal for sightings of missing 13 year-old

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South Wales Police are appealing for sightings of a missing 13 year-old boy from Cymmer.

Leon was last seen on Saturday 6 August at around 10.30am.

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He is 5ft 5″, has a slim build and brown, short hair.

Leon was last seen wearing a black Nike tracksuit and black trainers.

He has links to the Blaenymaes, Townhill, Gendros and Port Talbot areas.

South Wales Police are asking anyone who may have seen Leon, or who has information which will help them find him, to contact them quoting occurrence number 2200263806 online or by calling 101.

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