A major search is taking place off the Pembrokeshire coast this evening after fears a ferry crew member went overboard.
Colleagues noticed the man was missing after the Irish Ferries service from Rosslare came into Pembroke Dock.
The Coastguard Rescue Helicopter and RNLI lifeboats are searching a large area of St Ann's Head.
Police have named a teenager who tragically died in Pembroke on Monday, 16th May, as 15 year old Luke Barzewicz-Dower.
Luke's family have paid tribute to him saying he had "a heart of gold" and was a much loved son, grandson and brother.
Luke had a heart of gold and will be much missed by everyone who loved him. We request privacy for our family at this sad time.”
The headteacher of Pembroke School has paid tribute to the 15-year-old boy who died on land near the school on Monday.
He was a well-regarded student who had many close friends.
He had a gentle character, polite and respectful, and was intelligent and articulate with the potential to achieve well. We will miss him very much.
Our sincere condolences go out to his friends and family. He is very much in our thoughts.
We have experienced support workers and counsellors available to talk to those who are most troubled, and we are very grateful for the support of the police, local authority and local churches in providing assistance.
Mr Ciccotti said the school would hold a series of special assemblies for pupils and staff.
Dyfed Powys Police are investigating the death of a 15-year-old boy on Monday near Pembroke School.
School Community Police Officers are working with the school to ensure the wellbeing of the rest of the pupils, a spokesperson said.
The boy's next of kin have been informed.
No further details have been given.
One person has been airlifted to hospital after falling from a cliff in Pembrokeshire.
Two people fell from the cliff, locally known as Huntsman's Leap, near Pembroke Dock.
One person suffered minor injuries, while the other was taken to Morriston hospital in Swansea by coastguard rescue helicopter with suspected spine injuries.
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A full scale search for a fisherman missing since his boat sank off the coast of Pembrokeshire last week has ended, coastguards have confirmed.
32-year-old Daniel Willington from Carew was checking lobster pots on his fishing boat along with his father Gareth, when their vessel hit rocks and broke up on Friday.
59-year-old Gareth Willington was found but later died in hospital after being flown by rescue helicopter to Haverfordwest.
Milford Haven coastguard did confirm that although there is no current active lifeboat search, coastguards will remain on patrol in the area over the next couple of days.
A fisherman pulled from the water after a boat sank off the coast of Pembrokeshire has died.
The man was taken to hospital last night, where he was later pronounced dead.
Police say the man's family have been informed and are being supported by officers.
The alarm was raised yesterday afternoon after members of the public spotted a vessel in trouble near St David's Head.
Another crew member is still missing, despite an intensive search involving coastguards, RNLI and a search and rescue helicopter.
Coastguards have confirmed one man has been found in the search and rescue of a sunken fishing boat in St David's Head, Pembrokeshire.
He was pulled from the water last night and taken to hospital but his condition is not known.
The search and rescue operation to find the other crew member resumed this morning.
The HM Coastguard search and rescue helicopter based at St Athan and Coastguard Rescue Teams from St David's Head and Fishguard are all involved in the ongoing search, along with three RNLI lifeboats, also from St David's Head and Fishguard.
The fishing vessel is being named as the Harvester.
The RNLI say it has suspended its search operation for two missing crew members of a fishing vessel off St David’s Head in Pembrokeshire.
It said the search will resume tomorrow at first light.