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https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/...than-40-years-ago-on-their-way-to-perthshire/Police charge man, 77, in connection with deaths of Renee MacRae and her son, after they went missing more than 40 years ago on their way to Perthshire
by Frances Rougvie
September 11, 2019, 12:28 pm
Police investigating the disappearance of Renee MacRae and her son Andrew have today arrested and charged a man in connection with their deaths.
The 77-year-old was arrested in the north of England this morning by detectives from Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team and is expected to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court later today.
Renee and three-year-old son vanished while en route to Perthshire in 1976.
A detailed forensic search of Leanach Quarry, near Inverness, continues and the bodies of Renee and three-year-old Andrew have not been recovered.
Body in car. Not clear if it's Tony Lynch.Not yet clear if a body is in the car.
Gardaí investigating the disappearance of a man in County Monaghan 18 years ago have confirmed that his car has been found in a County Fermanagh lake.
Tony Lynch from Fermanagh was last seen on Fermanagh Street in Clones, County Monaghan, on Sunday, 6 January 2002. The father of four, who was 54 years old and originally from Magheraveely, had recently moved to the town. Mr Lynch's car, a white Mitsubishi Galant, also disappeared at that time.
In an operation involving police forces in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, police divers with the PSNI and Gardaí recovered the vehicle on Monday from the bottom of in Upper Lough Erne at Corradillar, near Lisnaskea. When the car was found, it was full of silt as a result of being in the lake all that time. It is currently being forensically examined to establish if Mr Lynch's remains are inside.
Mr Lynch's family have been informed of the discovery.
That site is both fascinating and depressing at the same time.It may have been mentioned on this thread but the national missing persons site is a good reference especially the unidentified bodies section, (if not rather macabre) I would have thought with the advances in DNA science they would have a good idea as to who these poor souls were, or at least where they came from, sadly the site is light of forensics just giving a brief details hardly enough for many to recognise a loved one
I just can't comprehend how someone can be found and not identified, I guess budget constraints stop them doing full DNA tracing, there is a case from Manchester listed on there, a body of a young woman was found behind a wall at the time I thought surely they would be able to say who she was (it was a big story for a few days) it looked to me that she had been there since the 70s but nothing came of itThat site is both fascinating and depressing at the same time.
If so - I'd suggest doing so over in the thread dedicated to Paulides and his mission persons work ...... Anyone care to comment on this man and his ideas...?
Well, no - at least not that strictly. This is a thread about missing persons in general and / or any missing person case, including any of the ones Paulides may have cited.Thanks for the heads up....so then this thread is for 'non -Paulides missing people'...?