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The Macari family, with Anita Arcari's aunt Serafina Arcari: "My grandmother was Godmother to one of the daughters, they are mentioned in my story, and had their fish and chip shop on Dillwyn Street, Swansea, for many years and were still there with a son and daughter running it until a few years ago."

In the 1940s, they tragically lost their little daughter, Giustina, who was abducted from outside the shop and murdered. The case is well documented, as the police had the man, but he was released on a technicality.

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