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No further appeals for missing Snowdon walker

by Alex Longthorne. Published Fri 23 Nov 2012 17:12, last updated: 26/11/12
Still Missing: It's been a month since Gerry was last seen
Still Missing: It's been a month since Gerry was last seen

There will be no further appeals for information about missing man Gerry Coyle who was last seen a month ago.

Mr Coyle was last spotted on the summit of Snowdon and has been missing since 25th October.

North Wales Police say that the search for the 65-year-old will continue as hopes fade for finding him alive.

No-one has seen or heard from Scottish-born Mr Coyle since he was spotted by staff at the Summit Cafe at about 1pm.

Llanberis Mountain Rescue say they are confident that the search will ultimately be brought to a conclusion.

But police were reluctant to say what the chances are that he may be alive.

A spokeswoman for North Wales Police said: "We do not envisage making any further appeals for information about Mr Coyle."

Mr Coyle took the mountain railway to the top after leaving the Padarn Lake Hotel, although his original plan was to make the ascent on foot.

Former IT consultant, Mr Coyle, from Rugby, Warks, pursued his love for photography after his retirment.

He had been on a photography expedition in the West of England and his Facebook page shows he was due to travel on to Barmouth and the Mawddach Estuary the day he vanished.



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"i am friends with the family.they are a lovely family and just want gerry home. " c.rowley, rugby around 2 years ago

 
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