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Man in critical condition after serious Carmarthen assault

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Dyfed-Powys Police is investigating a serious assault that has left one man in a critical condition.

The incident occurred in a property in Morgan Street, Carmarthen last night.

Police were called to the address at approximately 11.20pm and a 47 year old male victim was conveyed to Glangwili hospital with serious injuries.

One male has been arrested, and is currently in custody. Police are appealing for any witnesses.

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Police smash car window due to dogs 'in distress'

Police have smashed the window of a car after reports that pet dogs inside were in distress.

The incident was reported in a car park in Carmarthen on Thursday.

Temperatures in Wales today rose to 20 C. More warm weather is forecast for Friday with thunderstorms for the weekend.

Young boy arrested after Mcdonald's sexual assault

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested after a young girl was sexually assaulted at a Mcdonalds restaurant in Carmarthen.

The incident happened just before 10am on Sunday Credit: PA

Police were called to the fast food restaurant in Pensarn just before 10am on Sunday.

Officers closed the premises for several hours while forensic testing was carried out, but it has since been reopened.

Police say enquiries are ongoing, and that the young girl and her mother are being supported by specialist officers.

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New 'Bridge of Light' vigil for missing schoolboy Cameron

People in Carmarthen are again due to light candles along a bridge in the town tonight, in a vigil for missing schoolboy Cameron Comey.

Cameron Comey went missing more than a month ago. Credit: Family photograph

The 11-year-old is believed to have fallen into the River Towy on 17 February, while playing with his brother.

Tonight's event, on the King Morgan Bridge at 7.30pm, comes exactly a month after hundreds of people attended a first 'Bridge of Light' vigil, at the end of the week in which Cameron went missing.

Another vigil was held on Tuesday at St. Peter's Church in Carmarthen, with pupils from Cameron's school lighting candles for him.

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