Dogfield house raided by counter terror police
Police seized items from the Cathays property on Wednesday
Counter terrorism police have raided a house on Dogfield Street.
Officers from the North West Counter Terrorism Unit and Wales Extremism and Counter Terrorism Unit raided the property in Cathays on Wednesday.
Several items were seized during the raid, the warrant for which was issued as part of an ongoing investigation.
Police did not say what the seized items were or why the Dogfield Street house was raided, refusing to provide any other information except that the investigation is not regarding an immediate threat to the public.
Emily, a second year student at Cardiff Met said: “It’s surprising, this is a generally student area.”
This feeling was confirmed by Edward, a Masters student at Cardiff Uni, who said: “It is a dodgy street, my flat mate had her car broken into twice in as many months, but we would all have suspected a drugs bust not counter terror.”
Another resident of Dogfield Street, and Cardiff Uni student said: “It’s kind of quiet around here, if I had heard something, I was too hungover to look out the window.
“This goes to show, you don’t know who is living around here. I will definitely look twice in future.”