Police in Port Talbot are investigating a burglary at a post office where pound coins and cigarettes were taken.
The incident happened at the Morrison Road Post Office in Sandfields at around 4am on Sunday 15th November when the suspect entered the building through the roof.
The suspect has then stolen several thousand pounds, mainly made up of one pound coins, and several thousand pounds worth of cigarettes.
Police want to identify a person seen on the post office's CCTV.
He is described as being male, white, wearing dark gloves, a grey jumper with a navy padded gilet with a hood worn over his head. He worn brown or mustard coloured trousers with dark footwear which had white soles.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
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A man who died in a fatal road traffic collision in Port Talbot on Sunday evening has been named as 26-year-old Andrew Lee Thomas James, from Penrhiwfer in the Rhondda.
The collision happened at around 9.55pm on Sunday 16th August at Afan Way involving a silver Suzuki Ignis and a black Ford Focus approximately 200 meters east of the junction with Victoria Road.
The father-of-two was described in a tribute by his family as "fun loving character".
He doted on his two children and he had such a heart of gold. He would help anyone at any time. He loved life and definitely lived it to the full. He always liked to try new things and never afraid to give things a go.
His death has left such a massive void in all our lives that can never be filled. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision. Three passengers of the vehicles involved continue to be treated in hospital.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting occurrence number 1500300873.
One person has died and three others have been injured after a collision in Port Talbot last night. Police were called to the scene of the crash at Afan Way at around 9:55pm.
A silver Suzuki Ignis and a black Ford Focus were involved in the crash - the driver of the Suzuki Ignis suffered fatal injuries.
Three others were treated at scene by paramedics before they were taken to Morriston and the Princess of Wales hospitals.
The condition of passenger of the Suzuki and the driver of the Ford Focus are both described as critical. The road was closed for four hours last night whilst the police carried out initial investigations.
South Wales Police would like to speak to any person who witnessed the collision or the manner of driving of either vehicle prior to the collision.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the South Wales Police Roads Policing Unit in Gwaelod y Garth, Cardiff on 02920 633438 or 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111
Investigations are underway into a pollution incident on the Afon Pelenna and Afon Afan near Efail Fach in Neath Port Talbot.
Natural Resources Wales says it received a report by a local person who noticed that the rivers were discoloured and running orange.
Officers are currently on site assessing the impact and taking water samples for further analysis.
They have identified the source of the pollution and are working with those responsible to investigate the circumstances and to reduce any further damage to the area.
Our initial assessments show that the dissolved oxygen and pH levels of the river are in normal range, and we haven’t witnessed any signs of dead fish or fish in distress.
We expect the discolouration to continue downstream of Pontrhydyfen for the next 24 – 36 hours, so we’ll be keeping a close eye on the rivers closely for any change.
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An investigation is underway after a pensioner's body was found on a roadside in Port Talbot.
Officers were called to the A48 between Margam Crematorium and the entrance to Tata sports ground at around 10pm on Friday, where a man's body had been discovered by a member of the public.
South Wales Police says formal identification has not taken place, but it believes the man a 70 year old from the Baglan area. His death is currently being treated as unexplained.
We are appealing to anyone who has seen a man fitting the description between 6pm and 10pm on Friday night to come forward. It is possible that he has walked to where he was found along the main road from Port Talbot town centre to Margam which is a busy main road.
He was dressed completely in black with tracksuit bottoms, a tracksuit top with a vest underneath and black casual shoes. He had balding grey hair, of slim build with a thin face and of average height
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting reference number 1500259472.