Police forces from across Wales have revealed their annual Christmas drink-drive campaign results.
More than 480 drivers were caught drink-driving in Wales during December, including 230 on the roads of South Wales and 140 in Dyfed-Powys.
The campaign saw officers from the four Welsh forces carrying out extra patrols as well as mounting intelligence-led operations to target motorists flouting the law.
The results revealed;
- South Wales Police stopped and tested 4,684 drivers during the crackdown, with 230 positive results.
- Dyfed-Powys Police carried out 8,204 breath tests with 140 drivers failing.
- Gwent Police breath tested 2,203 drivers, 42 were positive.
- North Wales Police officers tested 15,627 drivers, with 76 being positive.
The results show a slight increase in the number of motorists caught drink-driving in December 2014 compared to 2013 figures.