The Maritime & Coastguard Agency has confirmed that the bodies of two teenage boys, aged 17, were found at the bottom of cliffs at Saltburn, Teesside.
Cleveland Police said their officers were called just before 7pm on Friday evening to a report of a body at Huntcliff in Saltburn.
Officers and Coastguard colleagues attended the scene and found the bodies of two 17-year-old boys at the cliffs.
The Coastguards said the bodies were found at the bottom of cliffs, between the Ship Inn and a miniature railway line.
A spokesman told ITV News Tyne Tees that the teenagers had sustained serious injuries, and were winched from the scene by one of their helicopters.
It is not clear whether they had already been declared dead.
Police say enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances of exactly what happened.
Flowers have been laid at the scene where two teenagers fell to their in Saltburn.
A school attended by two teenagers found dead at the bottom of cliffs in Saltburn say they are "shocked and saddened" by the tragedy.
Two teenagers found dead at the foot of a sheer drop at Huntcliff have been named as 17-year-olds Alex Yeoman and Harry Watson.