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Mountain rescue teams in the Brecon Beacons say they're experiencing the busiest time in their history.
Since the start of July, Brecon Mountain Rescue Team alone has been called to 30 incidents, and is now on course for its busiest year in nearly half a century.
Our Correspondent Hannah Thomas spent the day with the team to find out why they're seeing such a spike in demand.
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing pensioner from Beachley, near Chepstow, who is thought to be in South Wales.
Edward Wise, aged 74, who is known as Eddie to many, was last seen on Monday 18 July.
Police say Mr. Wise is considered vulnerable and his disappearance is out of character.
He is described as white, six foot tall, of a large build, with short, dark brown hair and a beard.
Eddie left his home in his blue Nissan Note, with the registration number NM08 LPV.
Officers have released an image of Eddie driving the vehicle prior to his disappearance in the hope of jogging someone’s memory.
Eddie is believed to have driven his car to South Wales or the Brecon Beacons.
He likes walking in the countryside and after conducting enquiries, we think he is somewhere in the area pictured.
This is a massive area for officers to conduct searches, so we’re urging the public to help us by looking out for him or his vehicle, which may be parked in a car park or layby.
We are growing increasingly concerned for Eddie’s welfare and are desperate for information which can lead us to his whereabouts.
Anyone who sees Eddie or his Nissan Note is asked to call 101.