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UFO spotted by police helicopter
A police helicopter crew has spotted what is described as an unusual aircraft in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The helicopter was above St Athan, which is home to an RAF base and close to Cardiff International Airport.
But three-man crew could not capture any images before the object vanished over the Bristol Channel on 7 June.
South Wales Police said the helicopter did not give chase and described the crew as very experienced. The sighting has been reported for investigation.
June 20 (IANS) Will Martian crime become the next thing to plague security forces? Police reportedly gave chase to an UFO near a military base in Cardiff in what is the latest in the chain of claimed alien sightings in Britain. A three-member police team in a helicopter was on its way back to a defence base at St. Athan, near Cardiff. They were hovering about 500 feet above the ground, awaiting clearance to land when the aliens struck.
The pilot apparently noticed a strange craft approaching them from below. It was aiming straight for the helicopter at great speed and the police pilot swerved sharply to avoid a collision.