Police have identified the man whose body was found on a beach in Llanelli over the weekend.
Dyfed-Powys Police says the man has been formally identified as 61-year-old Glenn Alan Payne, from Llanelli. His body was found on Sunday morning near the Millennium Coastal Path on Llanelli beach. His death is being treated as unexplained.
Police have confirmed a man's body has been found on a beach in Llanelli.
Officers were called to the scene just before 10am on Sunday morning.
The man is believed to be from the local area.
The investigation is continuing.
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A fourth man has been arrested overnight in connection with the on-going murder investigation at Pleasant View, Felinfoel in Llanelli.
A murder investigation was launched on Wednesday.
Remains, believed to be of a Polish man, have been located at a property at Pleasant View.
Two men and a woman remain in police custody.
Dyfed Powys Police says it's launched a murder investigation after an 'incident' in Pleasant View, Felinfoel, Llanelli.
Two men and a woman are in custody assisting police with their enquiries.
Carmarthenshire County Council says a Llanelli householder has been fined £100 for putting their rubbish bags outside someone else’s house.
The resident was issued with the fixed penalty notice by council environmental enforcement officers.
They had already received a notice under Section 46 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
Officers had already spoken to the resident concerned and warned them that if they breached the notice they would be fined. People must put their bags out on the correct day, in the correct location and with the correct items in. We don’t want to fine people; however if a resident continually ignores the council’s advice we have no choice.