A missing couple honeymooning in the Canadian Mountains, Ben and Caroline Davies from Hertfordshire,were feared missing after they failed to make contact with anyone for over three weeks have been found alive and well in Canada.
The worried relatives of the adventurous and sporting couple alerted the Canadian authorities on Sunday of their fears about Ben and Caroline when the couple failed to board their flight back to the United Kingdom on the July 4 which promptly sparked an international missing persons case.
Canadian police said that the experienced outdoors couple were found camping and were totally unaware of the concerns which they had raised by not being seen or heard from in three-weeks period.
“Ben and Caroline Davies were found on Tuesday morning Vancouver time.
“They were spotted driving in an area about two hours north of Vancouver.
“The police take it very seriously when people go missing.
“This is because more often than not they end up dying, whether it be by a bear or misadventure.
“The fear in this case was that they were going to go white water rafting with some friends, which is also a deadly persuit”, said Assistant City Editor at the province David Carrigg.