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The air and search operation launched after a suspected plane crash near Fishguard has been "stood down."
Milford Haven coastguard told ITV News they "don't believe there's anything in the area."
The Ministry of Defence has confirmed that no military aircraft has been involved in a crash.
Trefin, from where reports of a possible military jet crash have come, is on the south-west coast of Wales in Pembrokeshire.
The nearest towns to Trefin are Fishguard and Milford Haven, and there is an RNLI lifeboat station just down the coast at St David's.
ITV News understands the jet that is believed to have crashed off the Welsh coast is likely to be UK-based.
Dyfed Powys Police have said they are aware of reports of a possible plane crash off the coast of Pembrokeshire and are investigating the claims.
A major air and sea search operation is underway near Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, amid reports that a plane may have crashed.
Residents in Trefin reported two fast jets flying low overhead just after 7pm. There were also reports of a loud blast moments later.
A rescue helicopter from RAF Chivenor in addition to two all-weather RNLI lifeboats have been called by Milford Haven coastguards.