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'Fraud' damage is 'terminal', says charity chief executive

The chief executive of Swansea homeless charity Cyrenians believes the damage done to it after alleged fraud is "terminal".

Speaking to BBC Wales, Conrad Watkins said its reputation had been tarnished by the incident which had forced the charity into administration.

However, he said he was hopeful another organisation could provide a long-term future for the services Cyrenians provides.

The charity's head of finance was arrested on suspicion of fraud, understood to be worth £800,000, in December last year.