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For any copyright, please send me a message. A devoted mum and her two young children are believed to have been killed instantly after their people carrier was driven over the edge of a 300 foot cliff plunging into the sea below. Heidi Scheepers, 35, and daughter Cuzette, 6, and son Hugo, 2, died as the VW Caravelle first smashed onto rocks then disappeared into the waves. A huge manhunt had been launched by police in South Africa for the missing trio after they failed to return home as expected from a walk on the beach to have supper with their dad. Heidi's husband Ettienne, 36, had spent Tuesday afternoon with his wife and children playing with them on the beach at Herolds Bay near George shortly before the tragedy happened. But at 6pm they parted company when he went off to check on some properties that they managed in the seaside resort while his wife took the children back to the car park to drive home. However when the father-of-two who had then walked back to the café they owned in the village to pick up his car and returned home at 7pm he discovered no sign of his young family. Their detached home on an exclusive golf course is just a short drive from the cliff top car park where his wife of 13 years Heidi had parked their people carrier but there was no sign of the VW. A huge hunt was launched for the missing family with police fearing they could have been kidnapped but on Wednesday a set of tyre tracks were found which led straight over the cliff edge. A South African Police source said: “Below the point where the tyre tracks left the road and on rocks right by the sea below there was some wreckage from the missing VW Caravelle. “A helicopter was called in along with the coastguard and divers and then we brought in climbers to abseil down the cliff but it appeared that the car itself had been completely submerged. “At low tide a tyre was seen so we knew where the wreckage was but the sea was very rough and it was getting dark so we called off the operation until the Thursday morning at dawn. “It became apparent that the situation had moved from that of a rescue to a recovery of the missing woman and her two children which was very emotional for all those involved" he said. On Thursday afternoon rescuers spotted the body of two-year-old Hugo still strapped into his car seat floating in a gully near the wreckage of the submerged vehicle and gently recovered it. Distraught dad Ettienne was broken the news within the hour as the hunt for his missing wife and daughter continued. Stormy weather conditions meant rescuers could not get a cable onto the car on Thursday to pull it from the seabed to see if mum Heidi and her daughter Cuzette were still strapped inside. On Friday morning p