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.
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.
Police yesterday spent hours searching a flooded Highland quarry in a shock development in the infamous Renee MacRae case.