A man has been charged with murdering a woman and her three-year-old son who disappeared more than 40 years ago.
A man has been charged with murdering Renee Macrae and her three-year-old son Andrew.
Police charge man over disappearance of Inverness mum Renee Macrae and her son Andrew more than 40 years ago
A 77-year-old man has been charged in connection with the disappearance of Renee Macrae and her son Andrew more than four decades ago.
Renee MacRae detectives vow to find any evidence present in 100,000 tonnes of material taken from north quarry
Police have drained a quarry thought to hold the remains of a missing woman and her toddler - and say any evidence buried amid tonnes of excavated dirt "will be found".
Police have said they are confident they will find the remains of a murdered mother and son if they have been left in a quarry, as a search of the area nears completion.
Police close to completing the excavation of a Highland quarry linked to the murders of Renee and Andrew Macrae more than 40 years ago
The excavation of a quarry linked to the disappearance of Renee Macrae and her infant son Andrew more than 40 years ago is nearly complete, police have announced today.
Scotland’s top cop has made an unannounced visit to the quarry where a search continues for the remains of missing Inverness mum Renee MacRae and her three-year-old son Andrew.
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 to drain Highland quarry in search for Renee Macrae and her toddler son Andrew, more than 40 years after their disappearance
A quarry is to be drained as part of a police investigation into the disappearance of Inverness mum Renee Macrae and her toddler son Andrew Macrae more than 40 years ago.
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With 2018 now firmly in the rear-view mirror, it's time to take a look back at our favourite stories of the year.
North-east detective says its important to not get families’ hopes up when cold cases are re-examined
It is a time of year where many people miss loved ones that are no longer with them, while cherishing those who are.
Detectives have received more than 20 calls since an anniversary appeal to try to solve the mystery of a mother who vanished with her toddler son in the Highlands 42 years ago.
Renee’s son Andrew would now be 45 – but his heartbroken aunt says the then three-year-old “was never given the chance to build his life” because it was “brought so cruelly to an end”.
A brown suitcase could be the missing clue in the 42-year-old mystery disappearance of a Highland housewife and her young son.
Inverness businessman claims that the discovery of a pram during the search for Renee Macrae was never properly investigated
A pram was discovered in the area of the original search for missing Inverness mum Renee Macrae and her three-year-old son - but the sighting was never investigated, it was claimed yesterday.
Police issue fresh pictures and appeal in the mysterious case of Renee and Andrew MacRae, who went missing more than 40 years ago
Police have re-issued an appeal for information about Renee and Andrew Macrae, whose disappearance from the Highlands prompted one of Scotland's most intriguing mysteries.
A world-leading forensics expert previously involved in a search for Inverness mum Renee MacRae and her son Andrew last night welcomed the latest development in the mystery case.
Over 30 years ago, I was told by former Northern Constabulary chief constable Donald Henderson that he believed Leanach Quarry held the key to solving this baffling case.
Police yesterday spent hours searching a flooded Highland quarry in a shock development in the infamous Renee MacRae case.
Police are searching a quarry near Inverness for Renee Macrae and her toddler son Andrew, who vanished more than 40 years ago.
Police investigating the murder of Renee MacRae and her young son are ready to act as work on dualling the last section of the A9 begins next week.
Detectives investigating the murder of Renee MacRae and her young son received several calls from the public in the wake of a recent appeal.
If the killer of Renee MacRae is still alive they can never rest easy, according to a respected forensic psychiatrist.
Murder detectives are poised to finally discover if Renee MacRae and her son were buried under the north’s busiest road four decades ago.
The family of Renee MacRae said last night they will never feel "closure" until the 40-year murder mystery is solved and her killer is brought to justice.
The sister of a murdered housewife has denounced prosecutors and police for failing to bring to justice the killer of her sibling and nephew 40 years ago.