A 45-year-old man who was reported missing from Welshpool on Friday has been found.
Dyfed Powys Police confirmed Paul Davies had been found on their Twitter page on Saturday morning.
Paul Davies, the missing person from Welshpool, has been located. Thank you all for your help.
There are concerns for the welfare of a 45-year-old man who has been reported missing from the Welshpool area.
Paul Davies was last seen at around 7pm on March 3rd 2016.
He was last seen wearing blue jeans, black boots and a blue & grey fluffy jacket.
If anyone has information on his whereabouts are asking them to call 101, quoting incident number 166.
The A490 is closed in both directions because of flooding between the Sarn y Bryn Caled Roundabout, Welshpool and Kingswood.
The Welsh Government says it plans to invest £5.6m to build a new factory for Invertek Drives to enable the company to expand its operations in Welshpool and create up to 50 new jobs.
The company designs and makes Variable Frequency Drives, used to control motors in a wide variety of industrial and energy saving applications and exports around 90% of its output to Europe, US, Australia and the Middle East.
The Welsh Government plans to build a new 56,500 sq ft detached unit on Offa’s Dyke Business Park next to Invertek Drives’ main production facility and headquarters.
Invertek Drives, an independently owned company established in 1998, employs 190 people worldwide, including more than 170 at its Welshpool headquarters and has doubled its turnover to £23 million in the last five years.
It has ambitions for a 50% increase in turnover by 2018 when thirty new jobs will have been created, rising to 50 when production ramps upto full capacity.
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An orphaned otter cub has been taken into care after she was found on the side of the road.
A member of the public spotted her at Glanhafren, Cyfronydd, near Welshpool and took the otter home in a box for safety until the RSPCA arrived.
She was uninjured, but was without her parents - so has been taken to our wildlife centre for rehabilitation.
The cub is doing ok at the moment and is eating well which is encouraging.
Police in Welshpool are appealing for help to find a missing teen.
17-year-old Sophie Townsend was last seen at 10.40pm last night. She is 5ft, with short thick brown hair and blue eyes.
Dyfed-Powys Police says it is concerned for Sophie's welfare and is asking anyone with information to contact 101.
A teenage girl from Welshpool who was reported as missing has been found found.
An appeal for 17-year-old Sophie Townsend was launched after she was last seen on Friday evening.
She is now with Dyfed Powys police officers.
Police in Welshpool are appealing for information as they search for a teenage girl who has been missing since Friday.
17-year-old Sophie Townsend was last seen at around 10pm on Friday night near the Morrisons supermarket in the town.
She is described as 5ft 4/5ft 5 inches tall with short brown hair. It's believed Sophie is wearing black jeans with slashes across the front, a black t shirt, a black waterproof jacker and black trainers with lime green writing and laces.
Anyone with any information about her whereabouts is urged to contact Dyfed Powys Police on 101.
An old master oil painting by Dutch artist Dirck van Delen discovered in a mid Wales country cottage is expected to fetch more than £100,000 when it's sold at an auction in Shropshire later.
The important painting, entitled 'Dives and Lazarus', has been consigned to Halls' fine paintings, silver and jewellery auction in Shrewsbury today by a prominent mid Wales family.
The 61.5cm by 73cm oil on panel was discovered in a cottage in the Welshpool area by the head of Halls' art department, Allan Darwell.
"From the moment I saw it I knew it was 17th century and special," he said.
"Because it was so dark in the house, I couldn't see a set of initials on it. It was only when it was delivered to our saleroom and I examined it closely under lights that I identified the initials of Dirck van Delen."
The painting has been identified by art historian Bernard Vermet, from the Foundation for Cultural Inventory in Amsterdam, as one of van Delen's earliest works.