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Yr Herald Sir Benfro Herald The Pembrokeshire A GWENT man, alleged to


have committed serious offences in Pembrokeshire, was remanded in custody at Haverfordwest Magistrates’ Court this week. Tony Smith, 20, of Chestnut Close,


Ebbw Vale appeared at Haverfordwest Magistrates Court on Tuesday, October 29 charged with robbery and burglary. Between late afternoon and the


evening of Thursday, October 24 two robberies and a burglary occurred in the Whitland and Kilgetty areas. In all three incidents elderly people were targeted, and one of the victims sustained minor injury.


Smith was one of two men arrested on suspicion of dwelling-house burglary and robbery later the same evening. A special court was held late on


Friday October 25 where police were given a further 36 hours to detain the men.


A third man police believe to be continued on page 2


Milford Haven made the chance discovery of a drugs ‘factory’ when investigating the theft of clothes from charity bags in the locality. Enquiries at various flats in a


Nantucket Avenue building near to the site of the clothes thefts led to police visiting Unit One, The Old Sessions House. On smelling cannabis through the letter box, officers called an armed response team and raided the property. Stunned police found a forest of plants and a man trying to escape through the back window.


The police said they continued on page 3


Big grow: Eight hundred plants found in Nantucket Avenue, Milford Haven


Issue 18


www.pembrokeshireherald.comfacebook.com/thepembrokeshireheraldtwitter.com/pembsherald Friday November 1st 2013


‘Ransackers’ held woman hostage Police harvest drugs haul


• 2 major seizures in separate incidents • £1m worth of drugs found STUNNED police officers in


• Two Pembrokeshire homes robbed, one burgled • Homeowners leſt shaken by ‘traumatic ordeal’ • Police moved quickly to make arrests • One man remanded, another on the run


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