Climbers from Hampshire and Sussex die in Welsh tragedy

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THE bodies of two men from the south have been found after a climbing tragedy in North Wales.

The 21-year-old man from Hampshire and a 48-year-old man from Sussex had been reported missing after going climbing off the coast of Anglesey near Holyhead.

Their bodies were found in the sea yesterday. The search involved a rescue helicopter from RAF Valley and lifeboat crews.

They were reported missing by fellow climbers on Saturday night.

The pair have yet to be identified by North Wales Police.