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Family becoming increasingly concerned for missing teenager

Connor was last seen in Saundersfoot on Thursday. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police

Police are appealing for information after 16-year-old Connor Davies from Saundersfoot in Pembrokeshire was reported missing last week.

His family are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare and would like him to return home.

Connor was last seen outside Beddoes Court in Saundersfoot on Thursday 26 March.

He has been described as 5ft 5 inches tall, of slim build, with light brown hair and was wearing dark jeans, black and blue Adidad trainers and a bright yellow Superdry hoodie.

Anyone with information on Connor's whereabouts is urged to contact Dyfed Powys Police on 101.

Teenagers arrested on suspicion of drug dealing

Two 17-years-old are in police custody after being arrested on suspicion of drug dealing at a train station.

The arrests were made at the town's train station on Sunday. Credit: Google Street View

Dyfed Powys Police say the two teenager males were arrested at Milford Haven Train Station on Sunday on suspicion of possession of controlled drugs with intent to supply.

One is from Milford Haven, the other from London. The arrests were made at approximately 1pm.

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Barry Island Pleasure Park to reopen fairground this Easter weekend

A deal has been reached to give the keys to the Barry Island Pleasure Park to a local businessman after his bid to bring the park back to its former glory and reopen the park.

Henry Danter recently announced a £20 million plan to bring back the fairground rides and build new apartments.

Read More: Businessman's bid to bring Barry Island Pleasure Park back to former glory

The park has fallen into disrepair in recent years but will be open again this Easter weekend. Credit: ITV Wales

In its heyday, it drew hundreds of thousands of people through its gates, but in recent years Barry Island Pleasure Park has fallen into disrepair.

A team of 25 workers are now working around the clock to restore part of the park in time for this Easter weekend where a funfair will be held.

At its peak, the Barry Island Pleasure Park and beach attracted half a million visitors in just a weekend. Credit: ITV Wales

Wrexham manager goes after Wembley defeat

Wrexham FC have announced the departure of Manager Kevin Wilkin.

Wrexham say it was "incredibly difficult decision". Credit: PA

The news comes a day after Wrexham lost a penalty shoot-out to North Ferriby United after an action packed FA Cup Trophy final at Wembley.

Everyone at the club would like to thank Kevin for his endeavours during his time at the Wrexham FC, in particular reaching both the FA Trophy Final and the third round of the FA Cup this season. This was an incredibly difficult decision but despite our cup successes our main priority is promotion back to the football league and we have not made the progress expected towards that aim. We have therefore made the difficult decision that a change is needed.

– Wrexham FC
Wilkin looks on as Wrexham lose in the FA Cup Trophy final at Wembley. Credit: PA

The Conference side were 2-0 up after an hour thanks to goals from Louis Moult and Lee Harris, before a Liam King penalty started a remarkable come-back from the side from Yorkshire.

Two teenagers arrested after Iceland robbery

Police were called to the Iceland store after reports of a robbery this morning. Credit: PA

Police were called to the Iceland store on Cardiff Road in Caerphilly in the early hours of this morning after reports of a robbery.

Two male teenagers, aged 19 and 15 from the local area, have been arrested on suspicion of robbery and are currently in police custody.

Two members of staff were at the store at the time of the incident, but no one was harmed.

A knife and an amount of cash were recovered at the scene and police remain at the store undertaking enquiries.

Gwent Police is asking anyone with information to call 101.

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