A Swansea gardener is hoping to trace a D-Day soldier after unearthing his wartime dog tags in a flower bed.
Barrie Jones, 52, spotted the American GI's metal identity discs in the soil as he built a wall.
Thousands of American soldiers were based near his home in Swansea during World War Two as they prepared to invade occupied Europe in 1944.
American GIs camped in the area for months while training for the D-Day landings 70 years ago.
Mr Jones hopes he can reunite the dog tags with the soldier who left them behind or any family he still has.