Posters have been put up at Cardiff Central railway station in the hope of attracting the attention of match day visitors.
Jason Morris, 38, Stephen Booth, 34, and John Phillips, 28, have each been convicted of robbery.
Citing "extremely tough" financial conditions, the Deputy Chief Constable of Gwent Police says training and facilities can be shared more.
Police are appealing for information after a Newport man was reported missing.
Ben Caplan, 30, was last seen at 11pm on Saturday in Boleros in Caerleon. He is white, 5ft 9in tall, of slight build, with shoulder length straight brown hair. He was last seen wearing a dark navy t-shirt and jeans.
Ben has tattoos on both arms as well as his back and chest.
Gwent Police say the Severn Area Rescue Association is carrying out searches following reports of someone going into the river at Caerleon Bridge at around 11.45pm on Saturday.
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting log number 295 08/12/13.
A 72 year old woman has died after a collision with a vehicle in Rhymney. The collision happened on Moriah Street just after 3pm today.
The driver of the vehicle, a 77 year old local man, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He was uninjured.
Gwent Police are appealing for witnesses.
The new Chief Constable for Gwent Police has been named as Jeff Farrar.
Mr Farrar has been a police officer for almost 30 years, and was previously the force's deputy chief constable.
He has taken up the role following the departure over Carmel Napier in June.
A meeting of the Gwent Police and Crime Panel confirmed Mr Farrar's appointment at a meeting on Friday.
In response to the debate initiated by Nick Smith MP about the powers of Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales I can confirm an internal interim crime recording report was commissioned in July.
An update on progress was presented to the Strategy and Performance Board on September 17th and is available on the Police and Crime Commissioner website.
The full report will be presented to the Police and Crime Panel in due course as they are the body that holds the PCC to account.
– Ian Johnston, Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner
I can confirm that HMIC are about to conduct a national audit on Crime and Data Integrity across all forces in Wales and England which will be followed by more detailed individual force inspections after the initial audit has been presented to the Home Secretary in the Spring of 2014.
Police Minister Damian Green says a review of crime figures will look at complaints about figures for the Gwent force area. He was responding to Blaenau Gwent MP Nick Smith who's called for an inquiry into the recording of crime in Gwent during a Commons debate on Police and Crime Commissioners.
Blaenau Gwent MP Nick Smith has called for Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary to look into claims crime reporting in the Gwent area was 'capped.' He made his call during a House of Commons debate on the rôles and powers of Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales.
Mr Smith said that the force's Commissioner Ian Johnston had not justified claims that the area's figures had been capped. He said an external inquiry is needed.
A Welsh MP is to call for the crime figures for Gwent to be examined by an external inquiry. Blaenau Gwent MP Nick Smith is expected to make the call during a House of Commons debate on the powers of Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales.
He'll tell MPs that the Gwent commissioner, Ian Johnston had called into question the force's statistics during the dispute which led to the ousting of the former Chief Constable, Carmel Napier. Mr Smith is expected to say,
– Nick Smith MP, Blaenau Gwent
Mr Johnston has had a troubled first year in office but questions still remain with key issues like the resignation of the former Chief Constable.
Mr Johnston has queried the police performance figures, so let’s have an external take on whether or not the crime figures in Gwent were correct. It’s in everybody’s interest that we have police performance indicators that are credible to the public.
Police are appealing for information following a sexual assault in Bryn Bach Park, Tredegar on Monday afternoon.
Gwent Police says a 16 year old girl was walking past the golf club with a friend when a man rode up to her on a bike, touched her bottom and pulled down her top. He then rode off.
The man is described as white and in his 30s. He was wearing an army camouflage print snood covering the bottom half of his face and a black hat/hood on his head which still exposed prominent black eyebrows. He was also wearing a black raincoat, black trousers and black shoes.
Four people have been charged with manslaughter after a cyclist died in Pontypool.
John Reeder, 63, suffered serious head injuries following an incident in Pontnewynydd in August.
Gwent Police say three men, aged 18,19 and 23, and a 19-year-old woman, all from the Pontypool area, have now been charged with manslaughter and will appear before magistrates in Newport this morning.
Officers were called to the Royal Gwent hospital last Friday after a 45 year-old Newport woman died after being admitted for treatment.
The death is being treated as suspicious and two people, a 23 year-old woman and a 44 year-old man, both from Newport, were arrested on suspicion of murder and have since been released on police bail.
Gwent Police say post mortem results were inconclusive and further enquiries are being undertaken to establish the cause of death.
Anyone who wishes to speak to police and has any information should call 101 quoting 01 18/10/13.