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Dyfed-Powys Police secures Wales' first conviction for 'hot tapping'

The practice involves the syphoning off of fuel from pipelines without fully disrupting the flow.

Three men aged between 21 and 36 changed their pleas to guilty during a trial

Three men aged between 21 and 36 changed their pleas to guilty during a trial

Date - 12th April 2017
By - John Toner - Police Oracle
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Officers in Dyfed-Powys Police have secured the first conviction for ‘hot tapping’ in Wales after 2,000 litres of diesel were stolen in Pembrokeshire. Iulian Neacsu, 21, Nicolae Petre, 36 and Constantin Dumitrescu, 31, changed their...
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