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POLICE AND COUNCIL WORK TOGETHER TO ENFORCE CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS
Police and Council officers will be conducting high visibility patrols in Pembrokeshire over the Easter weekend to ensure motorists are only making essential journeys.
Dyfed-Powys Police officers will work alongside Pembrokeshire County Council staff to carry out checks and re-inforce the message to stay home, save lives.
Enforcement action may be considered where it is necessary and proportionate.
Residents who wish to report the commercial use of holiday accommodation in contradiction of the current restrictions over the Easter weekend can do so by calling 01437 771891.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader Councillor David Simpson, said: "During this unprecedented time, we ask you not to visit Pembrokeshire.
"Pembrokeshire is a beautiful place and it will still be here awaiting your visit once this pandemic is over.
"Our officers, alongside police colleagues, will be working hard to ensure the rules that are there to keep us all safe are being followed."
Dyfed-Powys Police Superintendent Ross Evans said: "I am grateful to our local authority partners for supporting us with this excellent joint initiative. This will increase our ability to support our amazing front line NHS colleagues.
"Our staff have been working extremely hard to tackle this invisible threat primarily through stopping and engaging with huge numbers of drivers.
"The vast majority have been key workers or people on legitimate journeys and I thank them for their understanding and support.
Please read the Covid 19 update page for the4 full statement.
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