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Attempted Murder - Appeal For Information

South Wales Police are appealing for information re an attempted murder in Cardiff on Mon 13th April


Attempted Murder- Rumney, Cardiff - Monday 13th April 2020

Detectives investigating the serious assault upon a 21-year-old man have arrested a woman on suspicion of assisting an offender and attempting to pervert the course of justice.

The 37-year-old was arrested at around 11pm last night in Grangetown and remains in police custody.

There has been a significant police presence in the Clive Street and Clive Lane areas of Grangetown since the arrest as searches continues in relation to the investigation.

Officers were called to Harris Avenue, Rumney, at 3.25pm on Monday, April 13 following reports of a serious assault.

The victim, who is from Tremorfa, suffered injuries believed to have been caused by a machete and a shot gun.

He underwent surgery at the University Hospital of Wales but has since been discharged from hospital. 

Kamal Legall, 25, from Fairwater, and Keiron Hassan, 32, from Ely, have both been charged with attempted murder and are remanded in custody.
Two other men previously arrested in connection with the attempted murder man have been released from custody while enquiries continue. 
Detectives are continuing to appeal for information about the incident, and are urging anyone who has information but has yet to give an account to officers, to come forward. 

They are also appealing for information or sightings on a cloned car number plate – BD59 WTJ – believed to have been used during the incident.

The owner of the car which has the legitimate BD59 plate, lives in the Bridgend area and is in no way connected to this investigation.

Contact Information

Anyone with information is asked to please contact South Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting occurrence *125586.

Information and digital media, such as mobile phone footage, can be submitted online here.