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Appeal after eight-year-old boy 'seriously' injured

Sydney Rees Way, Haverfordwest. Credit: Google

Police are appealing for information following a serious road traffic collision that left an eight-year-old boy seriously injured.

Dyfed powys Police says the incident happened on on Sydney Rees Way, Haverfordwest at around 3.45pm on Sunday afternoon.

A BT van (white Ford Transit) left the road and mounted the pavement and collided with three pedestrians - a female adult and two children.

The child was taken to Withybush Hospital and later transferred to the Heath Hospital in Cardiff.

He remains in a serious but stable condition. The woman and girl were conveyed to Withybush hospital with minor injuries, but discharged a short time later. The male driver of the van was taken to Withybush hospital as a precaution.

Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the incident to contact PC 492 Stephen Thomas by calling 101.

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Witness appeal after sexual assault in Haverfordwest

The attack happened in the Peggy's Lane and Gerald Road area of the town Credit: Google Maps

Police say they are investigating the sexual assault of a woman in Haverfordwest.

The attack happened in the Peggy's Lane and Gerald Road area of the town during the early hours of Sunday morning.

Police say the male suspect is "likely to have facial injuries" which were inflicted during the assault.

Anyone with more information is urged to contact police on 101.

Haverfordwest man charged after four police officers injured by dogs

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A Haverfordwest man has been charged after four police officers were injured by two dogs in an incident on Sunday.

The four officers were taken to hospital following the incident on Goat Street but were later discharged after receiving treatment.

Police say that the 22 year old has been charged with seven offences, including two under the Dangerous Dogs Act.

Two men and two women who were also arrested in connection with the incident have been released on bail pending further police enquiries.

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Man leaves TX Maxx with trolley full of clothing

Police have issued an appeal to trace a man who left a TX Maxx store with a trolley full of clothing without paying.

Police would like to identify this man. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police

Dyfed-Powys Police said the incident happened at the store at Withybush Retail Park, Haverfordwest, at around 12pm, on June 3rd, 2016.

A man left the store without paying with a trolley full of clothing. The man was accompanied with a woman and two children.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to call 101.

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