Police are appealing for help to trace a missing 64 year-old man who has not been seen since the weekend.
North Wales Police says 64 year-old Keith Burgess has been missing from the Beddgelert area of Gwynedd since around 10.30 am on Saturday 10th October 2015.
Mr Burgess was last seen at his home address and has not been in touch with family or friends since.
He is described as around 5’ 8” tall, of medium build and speaks with an English accent.
Anyone who has any information should contact police on 101.
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North Wales Police have arrested and bailed a man and woman on suspicion of assault following the death of a baby girl in Penygroes, Gwynedd. The baby's death is so far "unexplained", police say.
The ambulance service contacted police at 04.42am on Monday morning to say a baby girl had been taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, where she sadly died. The couple - both from the local area - have now been released on bail.
Yesterday a spokeswoman for the Welsh Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 0439 hours on Monday to reports of a medical emergency in the Penygroes, Caernarfon area. We responded with one rapid response vehicle and two emergency ambulances."
The baby's body has been taken to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool, for examination by forensic and paediatric pathologists and further tests.
North Wales Police have confirmed that a man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of assault following the death of a baby girl.
Emergency services were called to a home in Penygroes, Gwynedd in the early hours of Monday morning. A baby girl was taken by ambulance to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor where she died.
A post-mortem has been carried out and the cause of death is currently unknown. The man and woman, from the local area are currently being questioned.
Police have launched an investigation following the 'unexplained death' of a baby.
Emergency services were called to a home in Penygroes, Gwynedd just before 4.45am on Monday. A baby girl was taken by ambulance to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor where she died.
The Welsh Ambulance Service confirmed they had taken a baby girl to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor. A spokeswoman said: “We were called at 0439 hours on Monday to reports of a medical emergency in the Penygroes, Caernarfon area. We responded with one rapid response vehicle and two emergency ambulances."
Police enquiries are ongoing and an inquest has been opened.
A man's been arrested after a crash in Gwynedd which left a woman with severe leg injuries.
The woman, from Birmingham, was one of two pedestrians hit by a blue Suzuki Vitara car on the A496 in Llanaber, just north of Barmouth, shortly after 6.35pm last night. She was airlifted to hospital in Stoke.
The 62-year-old driver was arrested on suspicion of drink driving and dangerous driving and has been released on bail pending further enquiries.
North Wales Police is appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident to call 101 quoting reference number RC15118203.
A village in Gwynedd is commemorating the death of its most famous son, eighty years ago today.
Thomas Edward Lawrence, known as Lawrence of Arabia, died in a motorbike accident in Dorset in 1935, but he was born in Tremadog in 1888.
He gained notoriety leading the Arab rebellion against the Ottoman Empire in the First World War.
Today Falklands War veteran Simon Weston OBE will unveil a plaque in his name.
Funds are also being raised for a bronze sculpture of Lawrence.
The family of man who died in a road traffic incident in Gwynedd over the weekend have paid tribute to their son.
Dafydd Tudur died following a traffic collision on the A487 near Felinheli on Sunday, 22 March.
The 27-year-old was originally from Rhandir, Morfa Nefyn and lived at Ger y Nant, Felinheli. He was a former pupil of Ysgol Morfa Nefyn, Botwnnog and Coleg Meirion Dwyfor. He studied Law at Aberystwyth University and worked as a solicitor at Tudur Owen Roberts Glynne & Co in Bangor.
This has been a huge shock to us all. There will be a huge gap in our family after Dafydd Tudur, but we also give thanks for twenty seven wonderful years full of happiness that we had with him.”
A pedestrian killed in a collision with a car on the A487 Felinheli bypass in Gwynedd has been named as Dafydd Tudur.
He was 27 and from Morfa Nefyn on the Lleyn Peninsula.
North Wales Police is appealing for witnesses who saw him walking along the road in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Three people in the car were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
A pedestrian has died after a collision with a car on the A487 Felinheli bypass in Gwynedd in the early hours of this morning.
Three people from the car were taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, with what are believed to be minor injuries.
The incident happened at around 3am this morning. The road was closed and re-opened at 10am this morning.
North Wales Police says the pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene, and is now appealing for witnesses.
We are appealing to anybody who may have seen a pedestrian walking along the A487 prior to the collision to come forward. Anybody who may have information should contact North Wales Police on 101.