Police in Wales have used facial recognition technology to make an arrest for the first time, identifying a suspect by matching his face against images stored in a database.
The man was arrested at the end of last month by South Wales Police using the new tools, the force confirmed.
A month long trial of the technology began at the Champions League final in Cardiff, but police say the arrest was unconnected.
South Wales police said if the trial is successful it will look to extend its use of facial recognition to stop crimes before they happen.
Experts say the cameras, created by security firm NEC, could be used to help prevent terrorist attacks.
The technology, which is being tested in other locations in the UK, is already in use in electronic passport control gates.