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WHAT HAPPENED ON 22nd January 2001?

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21st January 2001


Two men who failed to return from a hill-walking expedition have been found dead by a rescue team. The experienced hill-walkers who were both in their 30s & from Dundee failed to return from a walk at Winter Corrie Glen Doll Angus yesterday. A Tayside Police mountain rescue team failed to find them in deteriorating weather last night. Their bodies were discovered by an RAF mountain rescue team.

22nd January 2001


Two hillwalkers who went missing in Angus last night have been found dead. John Cox 38 and 36-year-old Dennis Curran both of Dundee were discovered by RAF mountain rescuers in Glen Doll. The search for the men also involved the Tayside police mountain rescue team personnel from RAF Lauchars & civilian volunteers. The bodies of the men were discovered at the foot of "B" gully in Corrie Fee. It is thought the pair fell several hundred feet down the gully.

22nd January 2001


Police have launched a murder inquiry after the discovery of a pensioner's body in Kirkcudbright yesterday. Archibald Jeffrey 82 was found on a riverside path just a few hundred yards from his home. Police have not said how he died but a post mortem examination has confirmed he had been assaulted. Mr Jeffrey's body was found on a path beside the River Dee on the outskirts of Kirkcudbright close to where he is thought to have lived..


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