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Body found in search for missing Aberystwyth man

Dyfed Powys Police say a body has been found in the search for Phillip Kyle Stanton, but has yet to be formally identified.

Phillip Kyle Stanton Credit: Dyfed Powys Police

Mr Stanton was reported missing on Saturday night.

He was last seen at his home in Aberystwyth on Tuesday 23rd May.

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Police say his family have been informed.


Arrest after reports of man 'brandishing weapon in public'

A 23-year-old man has been arrested in Aberystwyth after police received reports he was brandishing a weapon in public.

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Police say they received a number of calls from people about the incident, which happened on Vaenor Street just before 10.30pm on Thursday night.

The man was arrested on suspicion of possession of a bladed article, and remains in police custody.

Anyone with any information is asked to come forward.


Police "concerned" for missing teenage girl

Police in Aberystwyth say they're concerned for the whereabouts of 14-year-old girl

Rosa Davies was last seen at just before 4pm yesterday. Credit: Dyfed-Powys Police

Rosa Davies was last seen yesterday near Plascrug Leisure Centre at around 4pm, heading towards the rugby club.

Rosa is approx. 5’5” to 5’6” tall and of slim build. She has long dark hair and was last known to be wearing her school uniform.

It is thought that Rosa is still in the Aberystwyth area.

Anyone who has information in relation to Rosa’s whereabouts is asked to contact Dyfed-Powys Police Officers on 101.

Antarctic glacier named after Aberystwyth Uni scientist

Glasser Glacier is on James Ross Island in the Antarctic. Credit: Dr Bethan Davies

A scientist from Aberystwyth University has had an Antarctic glacier named after him.

Glasser Glacier takes it name from the university's Professor Neil Glasser, who works in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences and is also director of its Institute of Geography, History, Politics and Psychology.

Credit: Dr Bethan Davies

I am really honoured to have this glacier named after me. We spent seven weeks on fieldwork in this area of Antarctica in 2011. On all our maps and publications it is called ‘Un-named Glacier’ but it is great to know that from now on it will be known as Glasser Glacier!

– Professor Neil Glasser

Measuring around 1500 metres long and 500 metres wide, Glasser Glacier is on James Ross Island and flows westward from a large ice dome on Lachman Crags. The Antarctic Place-Names Committee named the glacier after Professor Glasser in recognition of the 'significant research' on Ulu Peninsula.

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