The bodies of two people have been found in a swollen river in Wales, police said today.
A member of the public spotted a woman's body on a sandbank in the River Clywedog, near Wrexham, shortly after 5pm on Wednesday.
It is understood that the woman was a 27-year-old from the local area.
As a result of police searches connected to the discovery, a second body, thought to be a man, was found in the river in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Detective Chief Inspector Mark Pierce said: "The two deaths are unexplained but the likely scenario is at the moment that there was unfortunately a tragic accident.
"We believe the couple were here with dogs and at the time the river was swollen.
"The river level was higher than it is at the moment."
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