Police are appealing for information after two men were taken to hospital after an alleged assault outside a bar in Llanelli.
Dyfed Powys Police says they are investigating an allegation of assault which happened at around 3.30am in the early hours of Saturday 12th March 2016 outside the Met Bar in Station Rd/John Street, Llanelli.
Two men received injuries which required hospital treatment and two men made off from the scene.
A 24 year old male has been arrested on suspicion of assault and released on bail pending further police enquires.
Police are appealing for information and would like to identify the two men in the CCTV images as they may have information that could help the investigation.
Anyone with information is asked to contact on 101.
The body of a man has been recovered from the water at a reservoir near Llanelli.
Dyfed-Powys Police say it attended the Upper Lliedi Reservoir, Felinfoel at 2.30pm this afternoon, after receiving a report from a member of the public that an unresponsive person could be seen in the water.
We recovered a body of a man from the Upper Lliedi Reservoir, Felinfoel this afternoon. Officers contacting family. https://t.co/C9oC5V8PW0
It confirmed a body has been recovered from the scene and police are working to trace next of kin.
The death is currently being treated as unexplained.
Dyfed Powys Police is urging the public to avoid the Lliedi Reservoir in Felinfoel due to an ongoing incident.
Incident ongoing at Lliedi Reservoir, Felinfoel. Will give more info as we can. If you could avoid the area, that'd be great. Thank you.
Mid and West Fire Service say crews are currently attending a 'police incident'.
The Ambulance Service say it was in attendance but has now left the scene.
No further information is available at present.
A lucky viewer who made a dash to Llanelli beach won himself a luxury holiday thanks to the Ant and Dec show 'Saturday Night Takeaway’.
Over 16 million people were watching when the Discovery Centre at Llanelli featured as part of the show's 'sofa challenge'.
Viewers had to get guess the area, get to the destination with a suitcase and passport to be in with a chance of winning a holiday.
Minutes after Llanelli Beach was flashed on TV screen hundreds of people with suitcases and passports flooded North Dock.
Some 43 contestants registered and winning number 18, belonging to Richard Barrett, aged 60, was whisked off in a limousine for a two-week Mediterranean cruise after the show.
I was cooking food and the picture flashed up on the screen. I ran out of the door all the way to the centre.
When I got there I was told I had to have my suitcase and passport which I had missed, so I ran back home and back again, the rest is history.
I have never won anything and I can’t believe it.
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