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CWMCARN BABY DEATH: Residents' shock

11.08pm Monday 22nd March 2010

RESIDENTS arrived at the Spar store on Newport Road throughout the day yesterday to lay flowers and cuddly toys in memory of the abandonned baby boy.


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