Police say a motorcyclist has died after an accident in Cardiff.
It happened shortly before 10 last night on a roundabout on Rover Way at its junction with Tide Fields Road.
Officers say it involved a red and white Yamaha R6 motorcycle.
Police are appealing for witnesses and for anyone with information about the way a number of motorcyclists had been riding as a group before the accident.
A busy commuter road into and out of Cardiff has been closed after an accident.
Police and the fire service are dealing with the accident. The road is closed between the M4 and Culverhouse Cross.
They say it involves a lorry and two cars. Those involved have minor injuries but because the lorry has overturned the carriageway is likely to be closed for several hours.
Chemicals have spilled across both carriageways.
Police say motorists are advised to avoid the area to ease congestion.
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Police are urgently trying to find witnesses after an attempted robbery in Swansea yesterday afternoon.
Two men were spotted at the Parkway Post Office in Sketty and were then seen leaving on a red motorbike at around 4pm.
Police are urging anyone who may have seen the men or the motorbike involved to get in touch by calling 101 or contacting Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
South Wales Police are searching for a missing person in the Swansea area.
77 year-old Gordon Cullford was last seen at around 1.15pm yesterday at the city's Singleton Hospital.
He's described as being a white, 5’7 in height, white swept back hair, with black glass. He was wearing olive green trousers, blue/turquoise shirt, a fawn and dark brown zipped cardigan, a red zip jacket and black shoes.
Police say there is considerable concern for his safety and well being.
Members of the public are asked to contact police with any sightings by calling 101.
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The are concerns for the safety of a man who has been missing from University Hospital Llandough since New Year’s Eve.
Steven Anning, aged 20, who is a patient at the hospital has not been seen since Wednesday 31st December at 4pm.
He is described as 6ft 1in tall, with short black hair.
Despite extensive enquiries by officers he has not been traced. We are asking Steven, or anyone who knows where he is to contact us.
South Wales Police are urging anyone with information on his whereabouts to call 101 quoting reference number 1400484873.
South Wales Police have offered these handy hints to keep your home safe over the festive period:
- Arrange for parcels to be delivered with neighbours if you're going to be out.
- Make sure presents and valuables aren't visible through windows.
- Secure all doors and windows before you leave home - even if you're only away for a short while.
- Protect patio doors with additional locks or security measures.
- Set your burglar alarm when you go to bed at night and when you leave during the day.
- Don't keep house or car keys in obvious locations or anywhere near the front doors.
- Never leave a door key in a convenient hiding place, like under a flower pot etc.
- Use a door chain before you answer the door.
- Be aware of uninvited callers - check identities and if in doubt don't let them in.
- Don't advertise that your home is empty - if you are going away, be careful who you tell. Consider who may have access to messages that you put on social media.
Police are reminding people to make sure their homes are safe and secure over Christmas.
South Wales Police say it's important to remain vigilant this time of year particularly as there has been a recent increase in burglaries across Cardiff:
"Cardiff is a safe city to live and work in. However, we have seen a recent increase in burglaries across the city and we are reminding homeowners that by introducing some basic home security measures they can help to deter would-be criminals from targeting their properties."
- Lock all doors and windows - even if you're only leaving home for a short time
- Don't leave presents or valuables on display
- Set your burglar alarm at night
- Be aware of uninvited callers - check identities and if in doubt do not let them in
- If you are going away over Christmas - be careful who you tell, consider who may have access to messages that you post on social media advertising that your homes will be empty
Experts also want people to be mindful of their friends and neighbours:
"We are also appealing for people to be watchful and look out for each other. If you see a neighbour's home which is insecure, please be a good neighbour and point it out to them, particularly if they are elderly or vulnerable... If you have any concerns or see people acting suspiciously please ring the police, we would much rather attend to address your concern than attend after a burglary has taken place."
A 90-year-old woman remains in a critical condition after being involved in a collision with a car yesterday evening.
It happened on Lavernock Road in Penarth, in the Vale of Glamorgan, between the junctions of Augusta Road and Forrest Road.
South Wales Police are looking to speak to anyone who might have seen the silver Peugeot car involved, or the woman herself, who was walking along Lavernock Road at around 5.10pm.
Police in Bridgend are issuing an appeal to find a woman and a baby, after concerns were raised by a member of the public.
The pair were seen just after 8.30pm outside the Cooperative Supermarket The Triangle, Brackla Way, Bridgend.
The young woman is reported to be wearing a dressing gown, three quarter length leggings and a pair of trainers. Her hair was blonde and pulled into a ponytail.
“While we’ve received no missing person report, the weather is cold and wet and from the information we’ve received, we believe neither mother or baby were dressed for the conditions. We would therefore appeal to anyone who may have information that will help us identify and locate this woman to contact us immediately on 101. We also ask that the woman herself to make contact, so we can be sure she and the baby are now safe.”