THE father of missing Newbridge man Kyle Vaughan said the family just want his body found - as police revealed no further action will be taken against two men arrested on suspicion of his murder.

Alan Vaughan said the family still back Gwent Police CID “100 per cent”.

The 24-year-old former Cwmcarn High School pupil’s silver Peugeot 306 was found on the A467 between Risca and Crosskeys after a suspected collision.

The two men, now aged 29 and 26, from Blackwood, were arrested in January 2013 after Kyle disappeared on December 30, 2012 but today, it was announced by Gwent Police that they will face no further action.

As Gwent Police renew their appeals for information, Mr Vaughan said: “The police have done an excellent job over the last two years but unfortunately we still haven’t got our son.

“We know it’s over two years but there are still people out there who will know what happened to our son’s body.”

Kyle’s mother Mary Vaughan, 52, was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer last year. “It’s not fair on her to not bury her son,” Mr Vaughan added.

He said the family met police officers dealing with the case yesterday to discuss a plan of action and whether a reward could be considered for information.

“For the last two years the police have done nothing but try but they hit a solid wall,” he added.

“Everyone wants to give us sympathy but nobody wants to tell us where our son is. We just want his body back so we can bury him.

“It’s frustrating that with everything we’ve done to highlight Kyle’s case, nothing has come to fruition.”

A Gwent Police spokeswoman said: “The case remains open and enquiries will continue. Any new information that comes to light will be investigated.

“Officers once again appeal for anyone who may have information relating to this, irrespective of how small or insignificant they may think it is, to call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”