Mountain rescue teams were called out to help find a missing man in the Brecon Beacons.

The Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team were called in to help Dyfed-Powys Police after they had a report that a man had gone missing in the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park at the end of last week.

The man went missing on Friday (January 19) in the Neuadd area of the Park and and mountain rescue teams were called in to assist with the search.

Crews deployed a 4x4 response vehicle and one of The Central Brecon Mountain Rescue Team's incident controllers also arrived at the scene to assist.


Fellow mountain rescue team the Brecon Mountain Rescue Team were also placed on standby to assist with the search.

Thankfully the man was found by passers by and was "safe and well".

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A statement issued by the Central Brecon Mountainn Rescue Team said: "We were called at 11am by Dyfed-Powys Police to help investigate a report of a missing person believed to be in the Neuadd area of the Bannau Brycheiniog - Brecon Beacons - National Park

"One of our 4x4 response vehicles and one of our Incident Controllers were deployed and colleagues from Brecon Mountain Rescue Team were on standby in case assistance was needed."

The statement added: "While the vehicle crew made their way through the Neuadd Valley to “The Gap” our coordinator, in contact with the missing person’s wife, established that the gentleman had received help from passers by and was thankfully confirmed safe and well."