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UK News Missing British hiker's dental records being sent to France after 'human bones' found

11:43  25 july  2021
11:43  25 july  2021 Source:   news.sky.com

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Bones believed to be human were found on a mountain pass on Friday. French officials have also requested dental records and a scan of Esther' s teeth. The mother of missing British hiker Esther Dingley is set to provide DNA samples to French authorities after a human skull was found in the Pyrenees. It is thought that she intended to spend a night in a mountain refuge in France , but there

Family of missing British hiker have been informed of report and are seeking ‘urgent clarification’, says charity representing them. It comes after the Daily Mirror reported Spanish police sources had said “ human bones ” were found on Friday near where the Durham woman disappeared. The paper also quoted French police chief Jean Marc Bordinaro as saying: “We cannot say anything at the moment because the discovery of the bones is too recent and they must be properly analysed.”

The dental records of missing British hiker Esther Dingley are being sent to French authorities following the discovery of possible human remains in the Pyrenees.

a person wearing sunglasses and standing in front of a mountain: Esther Dingley, 37, is missing in the Pyrenees. Pic: PGHM Luchon © Other Esther Dingley, 37, is missing in the Pyrenees. Pic: PGHM Luchon

Ms Dingley, 37, was last seen walking alone in the mountains near the French-Spanish border on 22 November last year.

She was due to return from a three-day solo trek and travel home to the UK with her partner Dan Colegate but never returned.

Her mother Ria Byrant, 74, told The Sunday Times that French police have requested her daughter's dental records after local police announced on Friday that they may have discovered human remains near her last known location.

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The boyfriend of missing British hiker Esther Dingley said the mountain pass where bones have been found was an 'easy' route that was 'well within her capabilities', as her family appealed for 'urgent' answers after the discovery. Dan Colegate said Puerto de la Glera, Port de la Glere in French, was part of the route he had expected her to take in a dossier he released in January through support charity LBT Global. Meanwhile Esther' s family said in a statement they are 'urgently seeking clarification' after bones believed to be human were found on Friday near where the hiker was last seen.

A charity representing the family of a missing British hiker has said it is “aware of the discovery” of what could be human remains near where she went missing . Esther Dingley, 37, had been walking alone in the Pyrenees, near the Spanish and French border, when she was last seen on 22 The charity said that developments “may take days, or even weeks”. The remains were found earlier on Friday, described in reports as “ human bones ”. But the Daily Mirror quoted French police chief Jean Marc Bordinaro as saying: “We cannot say anything at the moment because the discovery of the

a man holding a dog posing for the camera: Ms Dingley had been travelling since 2014. Pic: LBT Global © Other Ms Dingley had been travelling since 2014. Pic: LBT Global

"The dentist is sending a scan of Esther's teeth. We have to send it to the consulate in Bordeaux," she told the newspaper.

Ms Bryant moved to the Pyrenees in June to help look for her daughter.

She was planning to return to Britain this month, but told the paper she has changed her plans following the developments.

Charity LBT Global, which supports the families of missing people, previously said it was "aware of the discovery of what may be human remains close to the last known location of Esther Dingley".

"The family have been informed of the discovery and we are supporting them now," it wrote in a statement.

French police chief Jean Marc Bordinaro was quoted as saying: "We cannot say anything at the moment because the discovery of the bones is too recent and they must be properly analysed."

Earlier this year Ms Dingley's partner revealed authorities were "looking at options beyond a mountain accident".

They had been travelling around Europe in a campervan together since 2014.

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