POLICE EXAMINE A MYSTERY CAR PARKED AT VICTORIA ROAD, PENARTH

The suspicious saloon in Victoria Road Penarth which was examined in detail by police officers last night

South Wales Police officers have been closely examining a black saloon car parked in  Victoria Road, Penarth. 

The officers checked the exterior of the vehicle – checked its documents against DVLA records and then examined the interior of the boot of the vehicle.

The officers spent half an hour examining the car. It’s not clear whether it was the police who opened the boot or whether it was already open when they arrived at the scene .

The car which is black in colour – appears to be a Volkswagen CC GT TDI Blue Motion Technology DSG coupe- most of which are fitted with diesel engines.

Further information is awaited from South Wales Police

 

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3 Responses to POLICE EXAMINE A MYSTERY CAR PARKED AT VICTORIA ROAD, PENARTH

  1. penarthblog says:

    Reminds me of a black car, a Rover I believe, that’s be left in Cornwall St, Cardiff for years!

  2. Racist Mark (aka Mark Foster) says:

    More news today Saturday about tanned sexual attackers of 12 year old girls from Detective Inspector Ricky Price and Alun Michael’s South Wales Police. For goodness sake get rid of them.

    “A 12-year-old girl has been assaulted as she walked through a park.

    She was attacked walking through a play area on the junction of Chapel Street and Gwalia Terrace, Gorseinon, Swansea, at about 19:00 BST on Thursday.

    After a struggle the girl managed to get away from the suspect, described as tanned, between 17 and 22 years old, about 5ft 8in and of muscular build.

    Police said it was a “frightening experience for the young victim” and are appealing for witnesses.

    The attacker was also wearing a black tracksuit with the hood up and sunglasses.

    Det Insp Ricky Price, from South Wales Police, said: “This was a frightening experience for the young victim and one which I appreciate will be alarming to the public.”

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