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Dozens of walkers parked in Snowdonia beauty spot return to find their cars gone

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Dozens of cars parked illegally at a popular UK beauty spot have been towed away. Despite clear signs at the Eyri (Snowdonia) National Park in Wales, cars were seen parked illegally on the side of the A5 road in the Ogwen Valley and Pen-y-Pass over the bank holiday weekend.

Police and tow trucks arrived to remove some of the parked cars, leaving owners to return from their walks to find their cars gone.

READ MORE: The 'moment of madness' that ended in complete tragedy Pictures of the scene at Ogwen Valley were shared on Facebook by Cymuned Mynydd Eryri/Snowdonia Mountain Community on Sunday, sparking mixed reactions.

Some people blamed the drivers for not following the rules, while others said there wasn't enough parking space provided, the Mirror reported.

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