A second man has been arrested on suspicion of inflicting grievous bodily harm after an incident in Pembroke Dock yesterday afternoon.
A 42-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm at around 4pm yesterday and has since been released on a bail. A second 42 year old was arrested on the same charge this morning. The victim of the attack has since been discharged from hospital.
Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
Two men and a woman who were arrested on Friday, following the death of a man in Pembroke Dock, have been released without charge.
50-year-old Roger Williams was found at Pater Court in the town.
Dyfed Powys police had arrested three people on suspicion of murder.
But officers have now concluded there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.
Mr Williams' family has been updated and the Coroner has been informed.
A boat building business in West Wales is aiming to double in size. It follows a major investment in new facilities which have been officially opened by Economy Minister Edwina Hart.
Mustang Marine has invested £1.5 million pounds in a new construction hall at Pembroke Port in reponse to growing demand for its services from around the world. Kevin Ashford reports
Mustang Marine received £100,000 of Skills Growth Wales funding from the Welsh Government in February to train more than 100 employees. Economy Minister Edwina Hart AM told ITV News that Pembroke Port has a lot of skilled personnel and it was important to see companies do well.
Economy Minister Edwina Hart AM will officially open a new boat building construction hall in Pembroke Port today, as part of the first major investment in the Haven Waterway Enterprise Zone.
Growing demand for workboats, pilot boats, wind farm support vessels and passenger vessels from around the world prompted the building of the £1.5million hall. The completion of the hall marks the end of the second part of the phased development at the Pembroke Dock facility.
The only military chapel in Wales will be open to the public - for just one day tomorrow.
The Dockyard Chapel in Pembroke Dock is considered a fine example of Georgian church architecture.
And this weekend's open day marks a remarkable turnaround for the building - a decade ago it was almost falling down.
Kevin Ashford reports.
Work to create a new £1.5million boat building facility at Pembroke Port is underway. The fabrication hall - the first major investment in the Haven Waterway Enterprise Zone - will double the size of the size of workboat construction operations and create more than 100 jobs at Mustang Marine.
It is hoped the expansion will see the operation double in size over the next three years.
One hundred and twenty jobs are to go at a window manufacturing company in Pembroke Dock.
The UK Window Group confirmed the shut down at its Cambrian Windows facility on the outskirts of Pembroke.
The decision follows a 90 day consultation. The factory will close at the end of May.