A married police officer, who was accused of sexually assaulting a mother and raping her daughter, has been cleared.
Detective Constable Mark Glover, 46, of South Wales Police, was found not guilty of three counts of rape, two counts of assault by penetration and two counts of sexual assault.
Mr Glover, from Penarth, who denied anything sexual ever happened between him and the daughter, said that he had sexual contact with the mother including intercourse but that it was always consensual.
The officer, who has been based at Barry and Bridgend police stations, told the jury at Cardiff Crown Court, he did not sexually assault either woman.
Mr Glover, who worked for Barclays Bank before joining the force in 1995, said he had an affair with the older woman some years ago which 'fizzled out', but that he then had consensual sexual contact with her on two occasions more recently, one which would have been at around the time of the alleged offences.
He served first as a response officer