Police say they are reviewing 'malicious comments' on social media following the news of the death of two-year-old Kiara Moore.Read the full story ›
Kiara Moore died at after being recovered from a silver Mini in the River Teifi in Cardigan on Monday.Read the full story ›
Kiara Moore's father says his daughter had an an 'amazing but short life'Read the full story ›
The body of six year old Patch Raine has been identified as the fifth body recovered from a house fire in Llangammarch Wells.Read the full story ›
Officer says they are concerned for the welfare of 17-year-old Rhiannon Haines, from Aberystwyth, who has not been seen since 12pm on Tuesday. They believe she is in Chester.
Rhiannon is described as 5ft4 tall with long blonde hair that is brown at the root. She was last seen wearing a floral grey sweatshirt with grey leggings and white trainers.
Anyone who has seen Rhiannon or knows of her whereabouts is urged to report it by calling 101. If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, text the non-emergency number on 07811 311 908.
PC Marc Woods has been named the Wales' winner at the National Police Bravery Awards in London.Read the full story ›
Protesters staged a six-hour demonstration through the night after concerns a convicted criminal was living within their community.Read the full story ›
Dyfed Powys police is urgently looking for a potential witness in relation to an ongoing investigation where an 88-year-old woman was assaulted.
The attack happened in Dolfor on Monday, June 19. The woman suffered significant facial and arm injuries.
Now officers are appealing for someone who, they believe, found a wallet in or around the area of Newtown Skate Park between Monday, June 19 and Wednesday, June 21.
Anyone with any information is urged to contact police on 101.
Dyfed Powys Police are appealing for witnesses after a crash in Aberhosan, near Machynlleth left one man dead.
A 67-year-old motorcyclist died after a collision involving a red Xsara Picasso on Monday morning.
Police are calling on anyone who witnessed the collision, or who was travelling on that stretch at the time, to come forward.
Dyfed Powys Police says there is growing concern for missing Courtney Norris from Whitland.
She was last seen when she was dropped off at Whitland train station sometime between 9:30am and 10am on Saturday morning. She was expected to return home that evening.
Courtney bought a train ticket shortly after 10am but officers don't know her destination. She is described as being around 5 feet tall with long, mousey brown hair. It is believed she is wearing a cream and black top, white jeans, ripped at the knee, and carrying a cream handbag.
Courtney has connections to both Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire and may have travelled from Whitland train station in either direction. Anyone with information should call 101.