Police find two bodies in search for father, 49, and son, 12, who went missing after going hillwalking in the Scottish Highlands

2024-06-17 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13475231/Police-two-bodies-search-father-49-son-12-went-missing-going-hillwalking-Scottish-Highlands.html HaiPress

Police searching for a father and son who went missing after going hillwalking in the Scottish Highlands have found two bodies. 

Tom Parry,49,and his son Richie,12,had been due to return to their Cheshire home in Alsager on Wednesday after travelling to Glen Nevis and Glencoe.

Officers previously confirmed they had found Mr Parry's car in the Three Sisters car park in Glencoe where they stopped on Tuesday to go hillwalking.

The pair's family has been informed,although the bodies have yet to be formally identified. 

A massive search for the pair was mounted on Wednesday involving mountain rescue teams and a coastguard helicopter.

The car the pair was travelling in was found in the Three Sisters car park in Glencoe 

Local football team AFC Alsager previously took to social media to join the appeal in the search for the Parrys.

A spokesperson for the club said Richie had 'recently joined' their under-13s team. 

They added: 'We’re all praying that Tom and Richie are both found safe and return home. Our thoughts are with their family and friends.' 

Local church St Mary Magdalene said it would be open on Thursday for anyone 'who wishes to come in and peacefully hold Tom,Richie,and all their family,in their thoughts and prayers.'

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