Police hunt for four teenagers who went missing after ‘camping trip’
Four men are missing after going on a camping trip in Wales.
Police launched an urgent appeal on Tuesday in a bid to find the four teenagers.
According to reports the group had gone on a camping trip in the Gwynedd area, but we have not been contacted since Sunday.
Yahoo News UK explains everything we know so far.
Four men, believed to be in their late teens, have gone missing in Wales after reportedly going on a camping trip.
Northern Police issued an emergency appeal on Monday evening.
It is believed that the four teenagers, from the Gwynedd area, are together.
There have been reports that a police helicopter has been searching for the men over the town of Penrhyndeudraeth as well as the areas of Nantmor and Beddgelert.
Who got lost?
The four men have been identified by North Wales Police as Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Henderson and Hugo Morris, who are from the Welsh towns of Harlech and Porthmadog.
The Northern Police said they have been missing since Sunday morning.
They are believed to be traveling in a silver Ford Fiesta with the registration HY14 GVO.
What have the police said?
North Wales Police posted on X, formerly known as Twitter: “Police are concerned about four young men from the Harlech/Porthmadog area since the morning of 19/11/23.
“The four men’s names are Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Henderson, Hugo Morris. Traveling in Silver Ford Fiesta HY14GVO.
“Any sightings please call North Wales Police quoting A184194.”
What can the public do?
Police are keen to hear from any members of the public who may have information about the whereabouts of the men.
Police have asked anyone with sightings to contact them, quoting the A184194.