Pushchair parts have been found at a quarry in the search for a mother and son who disappeared more than 40 years ago.
Parts of a pushchair and bone remnants have been found in the search for the bodies of missing Inverness mum Renee MacRae and her three-year-old son.
Forensics officers have started sifting through decades of sediment from a quarry emptied in the search for Renee MacRae.
On May 27 police announced it would be emptying a Highland quarry of water as their investigation continues into the disappearance of a mother and son more than 40 years ago.
Detailed searches are now underway of Leanach Quarry as part of the investigation into the murders Renee and Andrew MacRae.
A quarry has been drained of water allowing police to look for new leads in the search for a mother and son who disappeared more than 40 years ago.
The full extent of the operation to empty thousands of gallons of water from a Highland quarry in a bid to find the bodies of missing mum Renee MacRae and her toddler son was revealed yesterday.
A new development regarding the movement of vehicles at the time Renee MacRae and her son Andrew disappeared has emerged.
A flooded quarry is to be drained and forensically examined in a “groundbreaking” bid to discover the bodies of missing Inverness mum Renee MacRae and her toddler son – and finally end a 43-year-old mystery.
A quarry will be completely emptied of water to allow police to continue a murder investigation into the disappearance of a mother and her three-year-old son more than 40 years ago.
Police yesterday spent hours searching a flooded Highland quarry in a shock development in the infamous Renee MacRae case.