Police say a 75 year-old pedestrian's died after being involved in a collision with a car in Cardiff.
It happened yesterday afternoon near the junction of Park Road Whitchurch and Lon-y-Celyn and involved the man and a Daihatsu Charade.
There's an appeal for witnesses and a woman's assisting police with their enquiries.
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Ellie-May Everard was last seen yesterday evening.
South Wales Police is appealing for information about 14-year-old Ellie-May Everard, who has been reported missing.
They say Ellie, who has been living in the Rumney area of Cardiff, was last seen at around 6pm on Wednesday 7th October.
She is described as being of medium build, around 5 foot 4 inches in height with mousey brown shoulder length hair and blue eyes.
She was last seen wearing black trousers, a black top with a dark green jacket and white trainers.
Anyone who has seen or been in contact with Ellie-May or who knows of her whereabouts is asked to call South Wales Police on 101 quoting occurrence number 1500371450.
South Wales Police say it is concerned for the whereabouts of 46 year-old David Montanari who has been missing since 13:00hrs on Monday.
It says David, who is from the Swansea area, was last seen in King George Avenue in Cardiff shortly after he went missing. He is 5ft 11 and was wearing a blue t-shirt (Cardinals logo) and grey jogging trousers when he went missing.
Officers say people with information should call 101.
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Police are appealing for help to trace missing 53-year-old Alison Jones.
She was last seen leaving her home in Llanharry, near Pontyclun at 7pm on Wednesday August 19.
She is white, 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build with dyed blonde hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a black and white jumper with a hood, blue or dark coloured jeans and white trainers.
If you can help, call police on 101 quoting reference 1500305197.
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.