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Police investigate after burglars steal designer handbags and valuable items from house in Newport

Police are investigating after a burglary at an address on Chepstow Road in Newport where several valuable items and cash were stolen.

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The burglary took place some time between 12:55pm and 5:30pm on Sunday 19 February.

A rear kitchen door was forced open to gain entry. The following items were taken from the property:

  • A black Chanel handbag, worth approximately £1,500;
  • A Louis Vuitton Speedy handbag with the initials "NS" on the base of the handle, approximate value £700;
  • A Louis Vuitton Neverfall shopping bag with initials "NS" on the base of the handle approximate value £880;
  • Cash to the value of £1,800;
  • An iPad Air Silver - crack on screen from top to bottom on left hand side, approximately £300;
  • A Pandora charm bracelet full of charms - value unknown at this time;
  • A Michael Kors watch - gold and silver colour with a white face, approximate value £150.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to call 101 quoting log: 422 19/02/2017.

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Police investigating suspected arson attack at Calvaria Baptist Chapel in Llanelli

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Dyfed Powys Police is investigating a suspected arson attack at a Llanelli chapel. The incident occurred at the Calvaria Baptist Chapel on Ann Street between 1:30pm and 2pm on Tuesday 14 February.

Police are appealing for any information that could help with enquiries and are particularly interested in any information regarding three individuals who were seen in and around the area at the time.

  • One male is described as medium build with a beard, wearing a grey tracksuit and a black t-shirt, aged between 20 and 30;
  • A second male, who is described as aged between 20 and 30, wearing a dark coloured puffa type jacket, and carrying a bag;
  • And a female wearing a pink jumper with dark grey tracksuit bottoms and white trainers, also between 20 and 30 years of age.

Anyone with any information is asked to call PC 1199 Bringloe on 101.

Woman appears in court accused of assisting suspect in murder of David Kingsbury

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A 40-year-old woman has appeared in court today accused of assisting a murder suspect by helping with the removal of a vehicle.

Susannah Buckley, of Belgrave Road, Colwyn Bay, was alleged to have helped Dean Cody last month at Colwyn Bay in north Wales.

Magistrates at Llandudno bailed her to appear at Mold Crown Court on March 6. She denies the allegation.

Cody, 30, is alleged to have stabbed 35-year-old David Kingsbury at Old Colwyn.

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