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Be alert – fake police officer scam operating in South Wales

Police in South Wales are warning the public to be cautious and vigilant, after a number of people have reported being contacted someone claiming to be a police officer – who then uses an elaborate story in an attempt to get the victim to hand over significant amounts of money.

This week alone, South Wales Police has received at least eight reports of calls of this nature being made to people in Cardiff, while similar reports have been made by residents in the Vale of Glamorgan on an almost daily basis.

In some of the instances, the victims were told their cards had been cloned or they had been victim of fraud, and they were asked to provide their bank details. During other calls, the victims were told a family member had been arrested, while others were told to visit cashpoints and draw out thousands of pounds to hand over to a ‘courier’ who would collect the money from their home.

In all of the cases, the person calling claimed to be a detective and was so convincing that some of those contacted handed over the money or bank details requested.

Detective Inspector Paul Raikes, said: “These scammers are extremely persuasive and convincing and are often very successful in duping people in to handing over substantial amounts of money.
“Many of this week’s victims have been elderly, but the truth is anyone can be targeted by these scammers and I’d urge everyone to be on their guard and to talk to their friends and loved ones about the scams. The more awareness there is of them, the less successful these fraudsters will be. Anything suspicious should be reported to us immediately.”

Anyone who thinks they may have fallen victim to a scammer should report it via 101, or Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.

Appeal following thefts of 3 vehicles from Ammanford

“Dyfed-Powys Police is investigating the theft of two quad bike type vehicles [pictured] taken from an address in Ammanford sometime during the early morning hours of Monday, February 13.

Police are also investigating the theft of a silver BMW 520 estate, taken from a separate address in Ammanford sometime during the early morning hours of Monday, February 13.

Anyone with information that could assist police with either of these investigations is asked to contact Ammanford police by calling 101, or anonymously report it to Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111.”

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Facebook with new coloured Statuses!

This new feature lets users select a color that appears behind their text status in place of the normally-white background. Several of the color options offer an Instagram logo-style color gradient, which make them more stylish and modern than boring flat colors.

Facebook confirms this feature is in testing. It appears that it’s only testing in certain regions.


A statment from Facebook say “We’re rolling out a change to help people make their text posts more visual. People can update the background color of their text-only posts on Android.”


The new feature. Colored status backgrounds are rolling out globally over the next few days. Only Android users will be able to create them, but everyone on iOS, Android, and web will be able to see them in the News Feed.

So if you have been wondering why you do not have access to this new feaather, do not worry you will soon have access.



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