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Family of missing musician: 'We still hold out hope'

"We still hold out hope" - those are the desperate words of Irfon Roberts as he issues an emotional appeal for fresh information following the disappearance of his son Owain.

Thirty-six-year-old Owain hasn't been seen since 10th March. The last sighting of the musician was near his hometown of Cardigan, Ceredigion.

As Christmas approaches, Owain's father has spoken of how difficult a time it will be for the family - and how despite not having seen or heard from their son in nine months, they still hold out hope that he will return home safely.

You can see more on this story tonight at 9pm on 'Y Byd Ar Bedwar' on S4C.


Father's emotional appeal to help find missing son

Owain Roberts hasn't been seen since March Credit: Family photograph

The father of a missing Cardigan man has spoken of how difficult life has been over the past nine months since his son went missing.

Thirty-six-year-old Owain Roberts was last seen out walking on 10th March, not far from his home town of Cardigan, Ceredigion.

Owain was due to meet his father near a church in Mwnt, but failed to show up.

As Christmas approaches Owain's father is making a fresh appeal for any information about his son's whereabouts.

You can see more on this story tonight at 9pm on 'Y Byd Ar Bedwar' on S4C.

Latest flood alerts for Wales

The Environment Agency warns the following areas are still at risk of flooding:

Bridgend: Rivers Llynfi and Ogmore

Bridgend, Vale of Glamorgan, Rhondda Cynon Taf: River Ewenny and Vale of Glamorgan west

Carmarthenshire: Rivers Bran and Gwydderig

Carmarthenshire, Swansea: Rivers Loughor and Amman

Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire: Lower Teifi


Fire crews pumping properties out in Cardigan

The manager of the Angel Hotel in Cardigan, Ed Reef, says the heavy rain fell for around 45 minutes.

Ed Reef says that the Eagle Inn pub has been evacuated after several feet of rain flooded through the building. He also says that a shop opposite has also been completely flooded.

He also says that Fire crews are currently pumping several properties clear in St Mary Street.

I can see three fire brigades, a response van and police officer and everyone is being forced to go a different way because the road is closed.

– Ed Reef, Manager of Angel Hotel
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