Four teenagers missing in North Wales 'are not experienced campers and just had a tent and sleeping bags' – as police continue urgent hunt for youngsters last seen getting into a Ford Fiesta and heading to Snowdonia
by: Hani Kamal El-Din
The four teenagers who have gone missing in North Wales are ‘are not experienced campers’ and had basic equipment, according to the mother of one of the boy’s girlfriends.
Police in North Wales have launched an urgent search for the boys, who vanished during a camping trip.
Lisa Corfield, the mother of one of the boy’s girlfriends, told MailOnline they have ‘no word as [of] yet.’
She said: ‘They are not experienced campers.
‘They have never been there before.
‘[They] were just going for the night so have a tent and sleeping bags but only the basics.’
The quartet are understood to have been travelling near the Welsh coastal areas of Harlech and Porthmadog and could have been heading into Snowdonia. The car’s registration plate is HY14 GVO.
The young men are believed to be from the Shrewsbury area and were due home from their trip on Monday morning but none of them have made contact with friends and family and their phones are all off.