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16-year-old cyclist airlifted to hospital in Fabian Way collision

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A 16-year-old male cyclist has been airlifted to University Hospital Wales in Cardiff after being seriously injured in a road traffic accident on Swansea’s Fabian Way

The accident, which took place at around around 2.30pm on Saturday (9 July) near the junction of SA1 and Port Tenant involved the cyclist and a car.

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A 38-year-old man and a 39-year-old woman have been arrested in connection with the collision and are in police custody.

The 16-year-old cyclist remains in hospital.

The busy Fabian Way dual-carriageway, which is the main route into Swansea from the East was closed for around six hours.

South Wales Police thanked the the public for their patience and understanding while investigations were carried out at the scene.

Police are now calling for witnesses to the collision or anyone with dash-cam, mobile phone footage or CCTV of the incident to contact them on 101 or online quoting reference quoting *229198.

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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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Police want to speak with this man in connection with Wind Street bar assault

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South Wales Police are appealing for help to trace a man they would like to speak to as part of their four month-long investigation into an assault at Bambu Beach Bar on Wind Street in Swansea city centre.

Police say the incident took place at around 2.15am on Sunday 17 April.

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Two men were assaulted at the bar in the attack.

Officers says they would like to speak to the man pictured as he may have information that could assist with their enquiries.

Anyone with information on who this man may be is asked to contact South Wales Police online quoting reference number 2200126141.

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Two Swansea men jailed for drug offences

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Two men from Swansea have been jailed after being caught supplying drugs in the city.

David Lewis, 49, from Cwmbwrla and Kyle Andrews, 31, from Cwmrhydyceirw, were arrested after officers from South Wales Police identified them as being involved in the supply of crack cocaine and heroin.

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It was uncovered that both men were in possession of a number of mobile phones advertising the sale of drugs.

They were charged following their arrest on January 27 for conspiracy to supply Class A drugs – crack cocaine and heroin.

Both men pleaded guilty to the charges and were sentenced at Swansea Crown Court on Friday 29 July to four years imprisonment each.

Lewis was also sentenced for two separate offences of possession with intent to supply heroin and possession of heroin, all of which will run concurrently.

A spokesperson from South Wales Police said: “This case is just one example of how our Organised Crime Team in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot is tackling suspected drug dealing in the community.

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“We can, and regularly do, act upon the information provided to us by the public, so please keep it coming.

“Anyone with suspicions or information about illegal drug supply is urged to contact South Wales Police online.

“Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111. In an emergency, always call 999.”

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