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Police are appealing for information after a 60-year-old man was last seen in the Blaenau Gwent area.
Officers want to locate Paul Bevan who was last seen on Saturday 23rd January in Carlyle Street, Abertillery.
He hasn't been since then and police are concerned for his well-being.
Paul is described as being approximately 5ft 8" tall and of a large build.
Anyone with information is asked to call Gwent Police on 101.
Police are appealing for information after a community internet cafe was burnt down.
The blaze broke out on Tillery Street in Abertillery on Thursday evening.
Gwent Police says the fire is being treated as arson. Two adjoining flats had to be evacuated of residents but there were no injuries.
Televisions and a Play Station were stolen from the premises.
An 18 year old local man has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and arson with intent to endanger life, and is currently in police custody.
Gwent Police says enquiries are continuing into the unexplained death of a 17 year-old in Blaenau Gwent on Wednesday.
Officers were called called to the address in Cwmtillery, near Abertillery at 11.13am yesterday morning.
A 17 year old male was confirmed dead at the address. Officers are treating the death as unexplained and enquiries are ongoing.
A 39-year-old man has been given a ten year prison sentence for slashing the face of another man in an unprovoked attack.
David Hunt left a permanent scar on the face of his victim after he slashed him with a knife.
The victim had been at a friend’s house in Llanhilleth, Abertillery, when Hunt turned up uninvited and demanded money.
The victim intervened and was stabbed to the face and chest, causing serious wounds which required surgery.
Cardiff Crown Court, David Lee Hunt was sentenced to 10 years in prison - and will have to serve a minimum of 6 years.