A Gwent Police investigation into 'crash for cash' incidents - where people deliberately crash cars to get insurance money - has led to 86 people being charged.
The charges range from conspiracy to defraud insurance companies, conspiracy to steal motor vehicles and conspiracy to money launder.
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