North Wales Police are appealing for information after thieves stole two horses from a property near Pwllheli.
Police believe the incident took place over the weekend of April 12th, in a field on the B4354 in Rhosfawr.
Both horses are microchipped. One is described as being black with four white socks, and is 13 hands in height; the other is 12 hands tall, is a chestnut colour and was wearing a head collar.
Our advice to the community is to take extra care and ensure security is adequate. We also ask people to remain vigilant at all times and if you see any suspicious behaviour to let us know immediately.
– North Wales Police statement
Anyone with information is asked to call Pwllheli Police station on 101.
Natural Resources Wales says a project to restore a rare wetland habitat on the the Llyn Peninsula has been finished.
It says the 8 week-long project at Mathan Uchaf will help to reduce flood risk for people and businesses in Pwllheli.
It has re-connected springwater to the marshland, rather than draining it away quickly down old drainage systems.
NRW says it will mean the water will be held in the ground for up to a week, helping to reduce river levels in the nearby Afon Geirch.
This river ultimately flows through Pwllheli’s West End, an area of high flood risk, before entering the sea at Pwllheli Harbour.
NRW says keeping the lime-rich spring water in the marshland will improve it as a habitat to support more wildlife like the lesser butterfly orchid, marsh helloborine and dragonflies including the small red damselfly.