‘My heart is broken without you’: Daughter of missing dogwalker Ausra Plungiene releases emotional tribute after police find body in Snowdonia search
- Ausra Plungiene, 56, was last seen on Tuesday morning leaving for a dog walk
The daughter of a woman who died in Snowdonia after going missing with her dog has said her ‘heart is broken’ without her ‘mummy’ in a touching tribute to her mother.
Yesterday police confirmed a body had been found in the search for missing Ausra Plungiene, 56, from Prestatyn, North Wales who was last seen on Tuesday when she left for a walk with her dog Eyora at about 10.30am but failed to return home.
A dog was found alive at the location and Ms Plungiene’s family has been informed, although formal identification has yet to take place, police said.
Paying tribute to her mother on social media, Ms Plungeine’s daughter Toma Plungauite Lamb said: ‘Maybe I’ll be satisfied… But then again… I know what it would do …
‘Leave me wishing still, for one more day with you…
Ausra Plungiene (pictured), 56, went out with her pet in Snowdonia on Tuesday, North Wales Police said
Her daughter Toma Plungauite Lamb (pictured) released a tribute to her mother
‘I miss you mommy so much! My heart is broken without you!
A search across Eryri national park (Snowdonia) was co-ordinated after the mother-of-two’s family raised the alarm before 10pm on Tuesday, before her car was found in a remote car park in the Rowen area in the early hours of Wednesday.
On Thursday, mountain rescue team members found a woman’s body near Yr Aryg in the Carneddau mountain range, a force spokesman said.
Superintendent Owain Llewelyn said: ‘I would like to offer my thanks to all involved in the search for Ausra, in what have been extremely difficult weather conditions.
‘Finally, I would appeal for Ausra’s family to be afforded some privacy during the coming days.’
Superintendent Owain Llewellyn said her vehicle was located in a remote car park in Rowen shortly after midnight
Police had launched an urgent search for a woman who disappeared while walking her dog (pictured)
Search teams worked through snow and gale force winds in the search for Ms Plungiene.
Her daughter yesterday begged for help in ‘bringing her mummy home’ as she appealed to the public.
Toma Plungauite Lamb told the Sun: ‘My mum is the most beautiful soul, who would do anything for anyone.’
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