The NLW have a fantastic collection of digitised historic newspaper articles available. They're going to release a new interface shortly with access to 15 million articles, and I was testing the search facility on the new interface today. I came across this gem of a story from the Aberystwyth Observer in 1907, which also happens to be available in their currently live beta collection.
BURGLARY AT THE RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS. The police are investigating
two cases of robbery from the refreshment rooms at Borth and Dovey Junction. At these places thieves broke into the premises and got
away with a quantity of wine and money. This is the second or third
time that Dovey Junction has been visited during the last few years.
http://welshnewspapers.llgc.org.uk/en/page/view/3050081/ART41 (may need to zoom out and zoom in again before moving the page to see the article, which is at the edge of the page)
The thought of wine and money being held at remote Dovey Junction station is delightful, as is the fact that the reporter can't remember if it's the second or third time this has happened. Perhaps the reporter knows something about where the wine went.