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.
A man and child have died following a crash near Chepstow yesterday afternoon.
The collision involving a black Vauxhall Corsa and blue saloon happened at around 4.40pm on the A466 Wye Valley Link Road.
A man from the Chepstow area who was driving the saloon and an 11-year-old boy travelling in the Corsa have both since died from their injuries. Two women who were in the Corsa suffered minor injuries and are still in hospital.
Gwent Police are appealing for witnesses to contact them and are particularly keen to speak to a cyclist travelling towards Chepstow at the time of the collision.
A teenager from Chepstow reported missing last week has been found safe and well, police say.
Rachel Jones, 16, was last seen in Rhymney on 20th August. Gwent Police say she has now been found.
The police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission, has said it will investigate the fatal shooting in Newport last Thursday, looking at the previous contact between the couple and Gwent Police, and Christopher Parry's firearms licence.
46-year-old Caroline Parry died, and 49-year-old Christopher Parry is still in hospital after being injured.
The IPCC independently decided to investigate.
This is a tragic incident and a woman has lost her life. We will be arranging to speak to family members and explain what the IPCC will be doing.
Our investigation will look specifically at three incidents between May-July that the police were involved with to establish how they were risk assessed and how Gwent Police officers dealt with them and whether it had linked the incidents.
– Tom Davies, IPCC Commissioner for Wales
Mr Parry held a firearms licence and our investigation will also seek to establish what police action was taken in relation to his licence for shotguns following the reports of the earlier incidents.
There is an ongoing criminal investigation into the shooting and while this will take priority the IPCC will progress its investigation as quickly as we can.
Gwent Police says the condition of a man injured in a fatal shooting in Newport last week has improved, and Christopher Parry is now described as 'stable' at the Royal Gwent Hospital in the city.
The 49-year-old sustained gunshot wounds to his head, and was admitted in a critical state. He then underwent cranial surgery.
– Gwent Police spokeswoman
His condition has improved slightly and Mr Parry is now described as stable.
But it's too early to say when our officers will be able to speak to him about last week's events. Medical specialists will have to decide that he is well enough before that can happen.
Caroline Parry, 46, died after the incident on Thursday morning.
Gwent Police has re-appealed for information, and is "particularly keen" to speak to anyone who was in Seabreeze Avenue or nearby Willenhall Street area at the time.
The police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission, has criticised Gwent Police for the way it dealt with a complaint about a firearms officer who had sex on duty.
PC Shaun Jenkins was on armed patrol in the Caerphilly area in 2010, when he had sex with a woman at a house he owned.
The woman's husband complained about his behaviour, but Gwent Police decided it was not a dismissible offence.
The IPCC said the force breached the complainant's rights by finalising the disciplinary process before he could exercise his right of appeal to the IPCC.
The complainant appealed to the IPCC, who decided PC Jenkins' actions constituted gross misconduct. He was then dismissed.
PC Jenkins appealed, and a Police Appeal Panel reinstated him in 2012.
Gwent Police's head of professional standards was removed from his role over how the case was dealt with.
Any officer having sex on duty is unacceptable behaviour that falls well below what is expected of all police officers. Those who carry firearms are rightly subject to the highest standards of training, procedures and discipline.
The manner in which this complaint was originally handled by Gwent Police is unacceptable and their attempts to 'fast-track' the complaint and deal with it outside the formal regulations are not good enough.
– Tom Davies, IPCC Commissioner for Wales
The finding of the Police Appeals Panel that the gun was never out of PC Jenkins' direct and immediate control because it was in a holster, attached to his trousers, which were attached to him, albeit around his ankles, is surprising.
I am also bemused by the panel's conclusion that his conduct did not significantly downgrade the protection to the public because there was nothing to suggest he could not have been back in the police vehicle within a minute or two. These findings can only undermine public confidence in the credibility of the police discipline system.
Detectives investigating Thursday's fatal shooting in Newport have confirmed that a "small number of firearms" were "legally held" by 49 year-old Christopher Parry. He remains in a "critical condition" in hospital.
Caroline Parry, 46, was seriously injured in the incident and died later in hospital.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating what contact the estranged couple had with the police before her death.
Gwent Police say they have had an "excellent response" from the community after the fatal shooting in the Liswerry area of Newport on Thursday.
The incident left 46 year-old Caroline Parry dead, while her former husband, 49 year-old Christopher Parry, remains in hospital.
A "small number of firearms" belonging to Caroline Parry's estranged husband have now been recovered.
Gwent Police have also confirmed that they will speak to Mr Parry as part of their inquiries should his medical condition improve.
A police watchdog is to launch an independent investigation into how officers in Gwent handled a case in which a woman was shot dead and a man ended up critically ill with gunshot wounds.
Former neighbours of the couple in Cwmbran have said that police were called several times to a house they used to share. Tonight, police have named the dead woman as 46 year old Caroline Parry from Newport. Nicola Hendy reports.
The 46-year-old woman who died after a double shooting in Newport has been named as Caroline Parry.
She was seriously injured in an incident in Seabreeze Avenue off Willenhall Street in the city yesterday morning and died from her injuries in hospital.
Gwent Police say specialist officers are supporting her family.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has confirmed it will independently investigate the circumstances leading to a double shooting in Newport.
Gwent Police said yesterday that the two people involved were a former couple and had had previous contact with police. The force voluntarily referred the case to the IPCC.
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