DYFED-POWYS Police are appealing for information following the theft of a one of its kind gold crucifix.

The crucifix, attached to a thick gold chain, was taken during a burglary in the Biggins Hill area, between Milford Haven and Waterston, some time between 8am and 10.30pm on Monday, March 4.

It is described as approximately 6in to 8in tall and 3in to 4in wide, and has a 9 carat gold stamp located on the rear, near the top. The rear of the crucifix has a bronze appearance due to staining.

A police spokesman said: “The crucifix is described as being unique as it is not factory or production made. This is the only copy created.

“Somebody must know where this is. If you have any information about where it is, or who has it, please call 101 quoting reference number DPP/0036/05/03/2019/01/C.”