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Mountain rescue team checks car parks in search for four missing Shrewsbury lads

A mountain rescue team in North Wales has confirmed it has been out looking for four missing Shrewsbury teenagers.

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The Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Organisation was called out on Monday evening to check car parks in the area.

The teenagers' families were said to be 'sick with worry' after they went missing in north Wales at the weekend.

A spokesperson for the North Wales Mountain Rescue Association said: "Ogwen Valley MRO, a NWMRA team, was called out yesterday evening to perform initial checks of car parks."

North Wales Police say they have concerns for the four teenagers who went missing from the Harlech/Porthmadog area on Sunday morning.

Images of the missing boys.

The police say the four are Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Fitchett and Hugo Morris. They were travelling in a Silver Ford Fiesta registration HY14GVO.

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