Recycling banks clothing stolen in Haverfordwest

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Three people have been arrested on suspicion of stealing clothes from recycling banks in Pembrokeshire.

The suspects, from Latvia but living in Newport, south Wales, were arrested in connection with thefts of a tonne of clothing at locations in Haverfordwest.

Police said the clothes, valued at more than £650, were destined for a charity.

The arrests were made following a tip off by a member of the public about thefts from a supermarket clothing bank on 27 May.

Those arrested have been remanded in custody.

Police said arrangements had been made to return the items to the recycling organisation concerned.

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