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HAUNTING CCTV shows the car five pals had been travelling in after vanishing on a night out before three of them were found dead.

Cops today discovered three bodies in a crashed VW Tiguan after Darcy Ross, 21, Sophie Russon, 20, Eve Smith, 21, along with Rafel Jeanne-Actie and Shane Loughlin disappeared on Friday night.

The group had not been seen since enjoying a night out at the Muffler nightclub in Newport, Wales.

And after a desperate search, Gwent Police this morning confirmed a car had been found, with three of the five occupants tragically killed.

Two more of the pals are currently in hospital.

Now haunting CCTV has shown the white car the group had been travelling in before it was involved in a road traffic collision and came off the A48.

The snaps, shared by the young people’s families during the search, show the white car carrying the friends.

Police have not confirmed the identities of those killed in the crash.

Gwent Police said: "Three of those who were reported missing have been found deceased, two have been taken to hospital with serious injuries."

Pals had previously said the friends had last been seen at the nightclub Muffler in Maesglas on Friday night. 

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The VW Tiguan was recovered just after midnight on Monday March 6.

It comes as it’s been revealed that Darcy had posted photos of her and Rafel partying that night.

The pic shows the pair smiling, with Rafel’s arm around Darcy.

It’s thought she posted the photo to her Snapchat story on the night they went missing.

Specialist officers are supporting the families of those involved and enquiries are ongoing.

Anyone with any information is asked to call police on 101, or send a direct message on social media, quoting 2300071791.

The case has been referred to the IOPC in line with normal procedures.

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