Mr Colaco was believed to be heading for the summit of Tryfan

Mr Colaco was believed to be heading for the summit of Tryfan

Police are appealing to walkers and climbers for sightings of a man who has gone missing in Snowdonia.

Shayne Colaco, 33, of Stoke on Trent, is believed to have set off for an ascent of Tryfan on Saturday.

A search on the ground and by air is taking place around the area for Mr Colaco, who police said was an experienced walker.

His car, a Fiat Seicento, was left at Ogwen Cottage, near the foot of Tryfan, Glyder Fach, Glyder Fawr and Y Garn.

Inspector Dan Moss of North Wales Police said: “From information found in Shayne’s car we believe he will have walked from Llyn Ogwen up Tryfan to Adam and Eve [on the summit].

“He then planned to walk back towards Cwm Bochlwyd, via Llyn Bochlwyd, along the A5 to Capel Curig.

“We are appealing to anyone who may have seen him to contact us on 101.”

Police believe he may be wearing clothes similar to the ones in which he is pictured.

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