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Police have hit out after a 999 call reporting that the wrong takeaway meal was delivered to their home.
Dyfed Powys Police used its twitter account to get the message out that the emergency call line should not be misused.
A spokesman tweeted: "Wrong takeaway order delivered to an address. 999 made by caller to police. Don't misuse the 999 system. #notapolicematter"
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It was Max's birthday and someone had put money in an envelope for him.
But unfortunately Max didn't get his birthday cash - as it was found on the floor of a Tesco car park.
Police now want to reunite Max with his cash and need your help.
Gwent Police say the envelope labelled "Happy Birthday Max", was found at the Tesco car park at Risca, near Newport on 5th August.
If you believe this is you, please contact Risca Police Station on 101 where officers have further information to identify the genuine owner. Please quote property number P51172 - C69337.
The family of a little girl with no kidneys, who is spending her eighth birthday in hospital, asked people to send her hundreds of cards.Read the full story ›
A study at Cardiff University found telling a workmate they smell was harder than bringing up someone's work being poor.Read the full story ›
Emma Lawrence was ordered to pay £75 after a council litter warden spotted something drop from her car as she left a McDonald's drive-thru.Read the full story ›