Family and friends have been left distraught after a young couple was found dead after they vanished from sight on their way to a Halloween party.
A Daily Star UK report has shown that a young couple who vanished on their way to a Halloween party have been found dead, police have confirmed.
Charlie Eccleston, 19, and Zaiga Gravenieks, 20, were last seen in Shenley, Herts, as they were travelling to a party on Halloween.
It is believed the couple were heading to the London Colney area, but cops confirmed that their bodies were discovered last night.
Charlie’s mum, Jo Eccleston, of Borehamwood, updated concerned family and friends on Facebook when they were reported missing on November 2.
She wrote: “The last phone signal was Ziggi’s (Zaiga) phone dying at 11am on Thursday in the London Colney/A414 area near Aylets.
“We would all be grateful if you could keep your wonderful support and help in keeping the search alive and in everyone’s minds.
“We would ask that you all keep on posting and reporting to everyone and anyone, even if it doesn’t seem relevant.”
Zaiga – who was studying music at Bedford College – described herself as “a living aberration” and a “metal b****”, because of her several facial piercings.
Charlie – also known as Chazz Fenrir – released an album at the end of September with his band called Dessert Smoker.
Their families are now being supported by specially-trained officers.
A Hertfordshire Police spokesman said: “Their families have been informed and are being supported by specially-trained officers.
“They wish to extend their thanks to everyone that searched for Charlie and Zaiga and shared appeals for information on social media.
"The families now ask that they have the privacy to mourn the loss of Charlie and Zaiga.”
A spokesperson told Daily Star Online: “We are not treating their deaths as suspicious and have prepared a file for the coroner, who will determine the cause of death at a scheduled inquest.
“There will be no further police involvement in this case and the families have asked for the privacy to mourn their loss.”