South Wales Police is appealing for information about an 18-year-old man who is missing from the Maesteg area.
Connor Clifford Lewis was last seen leaving his home in Neath Road, Maesteg, on Tuesday 3 June.
Officers are appealing for anyone with information to get in touch by calling 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Farmer Greg Davies - who lost around 40 of his herd of wild boar during a burglary at the weekend - saw some of them find their way home today.
Mr Davies said he saw four of them near the farm early this morning and "whistled them back". Two boar and one sow went through the gate but another decided to run off again.
South Wales Police are warning that although the animals are not an immediate threat to public safety, they may charge anyone who tries to approach them as the boars will be disorientated, confused and are not used to being out of their pens.
Six people have been arrested and bailed in connection with the burglary and escape.
Vandals cut fences at a farm in Llangynwyd near Maesteg. Police say the animals pose a threat and warn people to stay away.Read the full story ›
Twenty-one wild boar are still on the loose in Maesteg.
According to the Wild Boar Association, the animals are naturally 'very timid' and won't approach humans.
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The Wild Boar Association UK has issued some information about what to do if you encounter a wild boar. It's after 21 wild boar were released in Maesteg during a burglary.
According to the Wild Boar Association, the animals are naturally 'very timid': "They will search out a nice quiet area of woodland where they can hide away in peace.
"Wild boar will usually smell a human and run away long before you even know they are there.
"However, if you are lucky enough to see a wild boar you have two options, one is to admire this amazing animal and appreciate it for what it is, the other is to make noise and clap your hands and the boar will run away after giving a little grunt"
A number of wild boar are on the loose in Maesteg after they were released from their pen in a burglary.
Here are 5 facts about wild boar:
- Wild boar can travel up to 30 miles a day looking for food, and could potentially attack livestock
- A full grown adult can weigh three times that of an adult human
- Wild boar are primarily nocturnal scavengers, and they will eat almost anything they come across
- Wild boar are native across much of Northern and Central Europe and much of Asia. In England populations have become established due to animals escaping from captivity
- Wild boar are competent swimmers, capable of covering long distances in water
South Wales Police says anyone who sees one of the animals should not approach it, and contact 101 as a priority.
South Wales Police says 21 wild boar are possibly roaming around Maesteg, near Bridgend, after they were released from their pen in a burglary.
The burglary happened on Ewenny Road in Maesteg at 12.30 today.
Police are warning the wild boar can travel up to 30 miles a day looking for food, and could potentially attack other livestock.
South Wales Police says anyone who finds one of the boar should not approach it, and contact 101 as a priority.
A South Wales Valleys rugby club which suffered huge damage from a fire two months ago has now been burgled three times in as many days.
Maesteg Rugby Club is one of Wales' oldest, founded in 1877.
South Wales Police said it believed the fire, in August, was started deliberately.
A lot of memorabilia was lost or damage in the blaze two months ago.
South Wales Police now says it is investigating a burglary, which happened sometime between 1pm on Monday 14 October and 9.30am on Tuesday 15 October, when items of sporting memorabilia were stolen.
They included a Wales number 9 shirt donated by former international Rob Howley, a rugby league shirt worn by Kevin Ellis and a Wales under-19 shirt of a former youth player at the club.
Chief Constable Viv Price, from Maesteg police station, said: "The shirts are irreplaceable and mean a great deal to the club and its members."
Burglaries also happened on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October, with confectionary and alcohol stolen.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
One of the country's oldest rugby clubs is playing its first home game, only weeks after a major fire.
Police are continuing to investigate the suspected arson at the ground of Maesteg Rugby Club.
Mike Griffiths went to see how players and community around the club are coping.