Plaid Cymru’s Dafydd Llywelyn has won the election for the role of Dyfed-Powys Police Police and Crime Commissioner.

Mr Llywelyn saw off the challenge of Conservative incumbent Christopher Salmon and Labour challenger Kevin Madge to secure the post, it was announced this afternoon.

Mr Llywelyn, previously an analyst for the force, called his election win an "honour and a privilege".

"It's a police service that I served for 13-and-a-half years as their head of intelligence analysis, and I am looking forward to the challenges ahead as the new police commissioner for the force," he told the BBC after the vote was announced.

Turnout was 49.1%.