North Wales Police have welcomed two new puppies to the force Dog section.
Diesel was also bred in Scotland specifically for police work.
His name was chosen by fans of the North Wales Police K9 Cops Facebook page and has been named after the police dog who died during the recent terror attacks in Paris.
Luna, named after a Harry Potter character ,joins the North Wales Police Dog Section which currently has 17 dogs.
North Wales Police say an investigation is underway after an incident at Pontcysyllte Aquaduct.
Officers ,along with two fire crews and the ambulance service, were called out shortly after 6pm. Fire crews left around 2 hours later.
There's an appeal for witnesses.
The search for an unidentified body buried in forestry at Nant-y-Ffrith on the outskirts of Bwlchgwyn near Wrexham has been suspended.
Detectives hoping more information from the public may help them identify a more specific location in the large expanse of forestry.
The search, which started on the 19th May, involved specialist ‘cadaver’ Police Dogs, Police search team specialists & forensic experts.
Despite our best efforts we have to date been unsuccessful in locating any human remains and so the search has been suspended pending further information and intelligence from the public.
The investigation however continues and we are now asking the public to help us identify who the unidentified man may be. From enquiries conducted we believe the person buried is an adult male from the Wrexham area whose first name is Nathan or Michael.
Do you know a Nathan or Michael from the Wrexham area who you’ve had no contact with or not seen in the last five years? If so please call our investigation team and help us piece this together.
Police are investigating what they say is a serious road traffic collision involving a pedestrian which took place at around midnight on the A534 Llan-y-Pwll near Wrexham.
They are appealing for witnesses.
It is expected the A534 will remain closed for the remainder of the morning which will cause 'significant' road disruption in the area.
Police are asking motorists to bear this in mind when making travel plans this morning.
Police say a man in his 50s and from Cheshire died after a crash on the A496 just after 3pm yesterday.
It involved a motorcycle and a number of other vehicles. There's an appeal for witnesses.
This German Shepherd puppy is now part of the force's crime fighting canine team.
14-week-old Vader was donated by a local breeder.
He will undergo a 20-week training programme when he’s aged 12 to 18 months old. We have already introduced him to various places and experiences where he’s becoming accustomed to different noises, surfaces and people.”
He also featured in our display at the recent North Wales Police Open Day at Police Headquarters and it’s safe to say that he got a lot of attention
A 46-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 66-year-old man was found dead in Holyhead.
Police say they were called to an address in Market Street shortly before 4.30pm yesterday.
They're treating his death as 'suspicious' and enquiries continue.
North Wales Police say a woman has died following a collision near Betws-y-Coed.
The woman, who was aged in her 70’s, was a passenger on a motorcycle which was in collision with a Nissan Qashqai yesterday on the A470.
The male rider remains in a serious condition in Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor.
We are continuing to appeal for witnesses, and are particularly keen to trace the driver of a white coloured vehicle who may have witnessed the collision.
The A470 re-opened shortly before 7pm and I would like to thank local residents and members of the public for their patience.
Anyone who may have information that could assist the investigation is asked to contact the Roads Policing Unit based at Llandegai on 101, quoting reference number S152191.
A man is in police custody following a robbery on a Post Office in Conwy.
North Wales Police say they were called to the scene at around 3:30pm on Conway Road, Talybont and a man was arrested.
I would like to reassure the public that offences of this nature are unusual for the West Conwy area, albeit there was an unrelated similar offence in Llandudno two weeks ago where a man was arrested, charged and put before the courts.
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.