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A driver has been caught on camera with his pet dog at the wheel of his car.
Another motorist coming the other way was astonished to spot the terrier at the steering wheel on a busy road in Carmarthenshire.
The shocked driver snapped a picture of the terrier in the driving seat - and sent it to police.
Police tracked down the car - a Toyota not a Rover - through the registration plate to find the car owner.
Now the dog owner could face court action for dangerous driving over the terrier stunt.
Police say the dog was snapped at the wheel on a road at Llangennech, near Llanelli, South Wales.
It was reported to us by a concerned member of the public on Monday, May 23, in Llangennech, whose passenger managed to get the photograph.
We were concerned not only for the welfare of the dog should the vehicle be in an accident but whether the driver was in proper control.
The vehicle was traced to an address in Llanelli where the driver fully cooperated with police and admitted the offence and was reported for the offences.
Police say £10,000 worth of veterinary drugs were stolen after Budget Vets on Somerset Road was broken into sometime between 6pm Wednesday and 8am yesterday.
They included Ketamine, Pentoject and Buprenorphine.
A hoover, drugs fridges and a safe were also stolen.
These drugs can be lethal to humans and we’re warning anyone who comes into contact with these, that if consumed, they could potentially be putting their life in danger.
We are deeply concerned and upset that such an integral part of the Abertillery community has been attacked.
We are very concerned about what the perpetrators of this crime are going to do with the drugs including the vaccines which need to be stored at a controlled temperature.
A joint investigation has been launched after one man died in an industrial incident near Monmouth on Wednesday.
Emergency Services received the report around 12.34pm at Manson Lane, near Monmouth.
A 65-year-old man from the Tredegar area was pronounced dead at the scene.
A joint investigation between Gwent Police and the Health and Safety Executive is on-going to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident.