During the search for a teen who went missing after swimming in a flooded quarry around six weeks ago, a body was found during the investigation. The teen was last seen swimming in the quarry. Toby Burwell, 17, was located by divers from the police force on Thursday in the Newbold Quarry Nature Reserve in the vicinity of Rugby, Warwickshire. (6 April). On February 20th, he was last seen leaving the house he shared with his parents, Tim and Alan, which was located in the neighborhood.
The Warwickshire Police Department immediately began searching for the juvenile offender, and their efforts included the use of specialized officers equipped with sonar and underwater drones. The body of Toby was found on Thursday afternoon, and its identification was made official by the police.
This is the office of the coroner. An officer of the police department stated that “our thoughts are with Toby’s family and friends during this incredibly difficult time.” “We would like to express our gratitude to all of you for continuing to respect their privacy.” According to Detective Inspector Gareth Unett, Toby got himself into some sort of problem when he was swimming.
In the past, the preteen has braved the dangers of swimming late at night in the quarry by themselves. Det. Insp. Unett claimed during the time of the search that “the evidence we have gathered strongly supports the conclusion that Toby went to Newbold Quarry alone for a swim and that, tragically, he got into difficulty and remains in the water.” “The evidence we have gathered strongly supports the conclusion that Toby went to Newbold Quarry alone for a swim,”