Two bodies have been found at sea by emergency crews searching for a pair of climbers who went missing off the coast of Anglesey in Wales on Saturday 15 June.
The men, aged in their 50s and early 20s, were reported missing from South Stack near Holyhead at 10.15pm on Saturday by two other climbers they were supposed to meet.
An initial search was called off late last night and restarted on Sunday morning.
An RAF rescue helicopter and lifeboats from Holyhead and Trearddur Bay were involved in the search, along with a coastguard rescue team from Holyhead and Cemaes Bay.
The RNLI said three lifeboat crews resumed the search along with the helicopter at 4.30am, concentrating on an the area beneath Gogarth Bay at Holyhead Mountain near the cliffs at South Stack, a popular climbing spot and nature reserve.
The identities of the bodies have yet to be confirmed, said North Wales Police.
The climbers were from outside the area and police were still working to locate relatives.