Seventeen days after the original incident, South Wales Police have issued private CCTV video of a group of people seen to be acting suspiciously around an address in Trem y Bae in Penarth Heights residential district.

The police ask if anyone recognises any of the individuals on the video . They say “officers want to speak to these individuals” .

PDN has already published details of other suspicious behaviour around the same date May 18th/19th in Penarth Marina in which a car was seen being broken into (See https://tinyurl.com/y9ajk8yw)

Anyone wit h information is asked to call South Wales Police on 101 quoting ref 1800182637 . Informants can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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  1. It is quite reasonable for the police to issue these images 17 days after the incident. They are not normally allowed to issue images of suspects until other methods of identifying or locating them have failed which makes the 17 days more than acceptable. The person on twitter and the CCTV video looks to be under 18 so I’m surprised the police decided to release these images in the first place.

  2. Andrew Worsley says:

    Once again the Police wanting the public to do the work for them. When are the useless CCTV cameras in the town centre to be taken down?

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