The search for the missing 12-year-old schoolboy, feared drowned off Aberffraw, Anglesey, is continuing.

Issac Nash, a Kirkburton Middle School pupil, was enjoying swimming with his 10-year-old brother Xander on Friday lunchtime when he was swept out to sea.

Despite a massive search operation involving Holyhead Coastguard, RNLI and helicopters no sighting has been made of the youngster.

 

Yesterday, Isaac's father Adam of Highburton told the Examiner how his father Paul valiantly tried to rescue him but to no avail as the lad slipped from his grasp.

Adam, 35, told how he rescued his younger son, 10-year-old Xander who had been swimming with Isaac.

Both of them survived death by a whisker.

Graham Clark, Holyhead Coastguard watch officer, said: "The latest situation is that the search is ongoing and the Coastguard is assisting the police.

"We have Coastguard officers on the scene continuing the search.

"The police dive unit have now arrived and will be diving later today."