South West Wales

Pembroke Dock pensioner 'shaken' after safe robbery

A 70-year-old woman was left badly shaken after a robbery in Pembroke Dock.

Police said two men entered her house on High Street just before 1400 BST on Tuesday where they pushed the "vulnerable" pensioner.

They then broke into a combination safe, before making off with cash from inside it.

The woman was treated by an ambulance crew after being left "severely shaken and shocked" but uninjured.

Dyfed-Powys Police have appealed for witnesses who may have been in the area of High Street from 1100 BST and saw anything suspicious.

The first suspect was a white man in his late 20s or early 30s, over 5ft 9in (1.75m) tall and of stocky build.

He had a local accent, light coloured eyes and was wearing a dark coloured jumper with writing on the front.

The second man was smaller and slighter but wearing a similar jumper.

Officers are particularly interested in tracing a silver coloured car which may have been used by the robbers.

**On 27 July Dyfed-Powys Police said a 25-year-old male from the Ebbw Vale area had been charged with robbery in relation to the incident.

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