Police Appeal Over Llanelli Cold Case

Sex assault allegation dates back to 1995

Police in Llanelli are hoping the public can help in a cold case dating back to 1995.

It involves a sex assault allegation dating back to the spring or summer of that year ... but it was only reported to police last February.

The male victim visited the Moonraker Nightclub in Market Street, Llanelli, where he met the unknown male suspect.

It is believed that the suspect placed a substance into the drink of the victim and that it was witnessed by someone in the club.The victim alleges that he was assaulted outside of the nightclub by the male suspect and dragged into a taxi.

The suspect is described as a white man, 5ft 9ins, with fair skin, a chubby face, curly ginger hair, curly beard, barrel chested, heavy set, no glasses, aged 30 – 40 years old at the time of the incident.

A number of enquiries have been completed and police are now asking for the public’s help.

Any witnesses who may have seen or heard the incident and in particular door staff, taxi drivers and the male witness who saw the substance being placed into the victim's drink is asked to contact Dyfed Powys Police. They should call 101 and speak to Detective Sergeant Keith Mages or Detective Constable Rob Claypole.


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