Dyfed-Powys Police trace owner of stolen WWI medal





The owner of a stolen World War I medal which was recovered has come forward after a police appeal.

The Military Medal, presented to non-commissioned soldiers for bravery until 1993, was awarded to an I.W. Grinter from Roath Road in Cardiff.

The battle honour was recovered with accompanying paperwork dated 2 June, 1919, revealing that Mr Grinter served with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment.

The medal was discovered following an arrest by Dyfed-Powys Police in Powys.

A police spokesman said the owner from Cardiff had come forward, but it is unclear at the moment whether the person is a medal collector or a relation....




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