Police searching for four teenagers who have gone missing in North Wales have found the car they were travelling in.
North Wales Police said the four had gone missing from the area around Harlech and Porthmadog in Gwynedd.
Officers said the group was last seen on Sunday morning.
It is believed the boys – Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Henderson and Hugo Morris – were on a camping trip in Snowdonia.
They were travelling in a silver Ford Fiesta. The car’s registration plate is HY14GVO.
North Wales Police said: “Officers searching for four missing teenagers in the Porthmadog area have located the vehicle they were travelling in.
“Police officers and colleagues from other emergency services are currently at the location and the families of those involved have been kept updated.”
The mother of one of the boys said she is “frantic with worry”.
Harvey Owen’s mother told Sky News she is completely “devastated” and that all she wants is for everyone to come together to help find them.
Locals reported a helicopter had been searching the Penrhyndeudraeth area before heading toward Nantmor and Beddgelert.
Anyone who may have seen the four are urged to contact North Wales Police.