Police discover bones where missing out on British hiker last reached sweetheart

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    Missing British hiker Esther Dingley

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    Police are still searching for out how Esther Dingley disappeared on November 22 (Picture: PA)

    French cops looking for missing out on British hiker Esther Dingley are evaluating bones found near where she disappeared in the Pyrenees.

    The alarm was raised by a mountain runner at around 2pm the other day, who came across the remains.

    Spanish cops went to the area and after that informed their French equivalents as it was on their side of the border.

    Investigators are now attempting to validate that the remains are human bones and to whom they belong.

    One Spanish source stated they were ‘90% certain’ that they were human remains, the Mirror reports.

    Esther, 37, had actually been strolling solo in the mountains and was last seen on November 22.

    British woman, Esther Dingley takes a selfie before being reported as missing in Pyrenees, in Pico Tuca Salbaguardia, on the border between Spain and France, November 21, 2020 in this picture obtained from social media. Picture taken November 21, 2020. ESTHER & DAN/Facebook via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. MANDATORY CREDIT. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES.

    Esther, 37, had actually been strolling solo in the Pyrenees when she vanished (Picture: Reuters)

    collect pics of Esther Dingley and ( in some ) with partner Dan Colegate. Esther is missing in the Pyrenees images from facebook and their website https://www.facebook.com/estheranddan http://www.estheranddan.com/p/about-us.html

    Her partner Dan Colegate (left) was house-sitting at a French farmhouse when Esther disappeared

    French cops chief Jean Marc Bordinaro as stating: ‘We cannot say anything at the moment because the discovery of the bones is too recent and they must be properly analysed.’

    He informed The Times in February that ‘all possible investigations’ in French area ‘have been carried out ‘without any result’.

    But days later on her partner Daniel Colegate, who had actually been treking with Ms Dingley however was house-sitting at a French farmhouse on November 22, stated the examination was continuing.

    In a declaration on Facebook, LBT Global, the charity representing the household, stated it was ‘aware of the discovery of what MAY be human remains close to the last known location of Esther DINGLEY’.

    It included: ‘We are urgently seeking clarification. The family have been informed of the discovery and we are supporting them now.’

    The charity stated up until more information are verified there would no declaration or interviews with Ms Dingley’s relative, including advancements ‘may take days or even weeks’.

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