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The hunt is on for Cardiff's £1,500 fly-tip culprit

An investigation is underway to establish who will be charged the £1,500 cost of cleaning up around 20 tonnes of fly-tipped rubbish this week.Cardiff Council is trying to find out who owns the land next to a major railway line that was desecrated so much it became infested with rats.Fly-tippers dumped supermarket trolleys along with rubble and household waste on the site in the Welsh capital.The council was due to stage a huge clear-up this week and ...