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Last Updated: Monday, 13 November 2006, 09:05 GMT
Inquiry into sex assault goes on
Police vehicles at the High Mead Arms
Police vehicles at the High Mead Arms in Llanybydder
Police are continuing to investigate allegations of a serious sex assault in a west Wales village.

Detectives said "a number of males" had been questioned about the alleged attack in Llanybydder, Ceredigion, early on Saturday.

In a statement on Sunday evening, the force said it had released the men on bail pending further inquiries.

As part of the inquiry the High Mead Arms Hotel was cordoned off, and a police mobile incident unit set up.

According to local people, the business closed a few years ago and the building has been used for some time to house workers who have moved into the area.

The Dyfed-Powys Police statement did not say how many men were detained or what allegedly happened.


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