A body has been found in the search for a missing teenager who was last seen entering a river on Saturday night.
Emergency services have looked for the teenage boy ever since he was reported missing at around 9pm on Saturday.
They led their multi-agency operation in and around River Eden in Cumbria, Carlisle, and police confirmed a body was found during the search this morning.
Formal identification has not yet taken place, Lancashire Live reports.
Divers were pictured entering the water during the huge mission.
North West Ambulance Service, Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service, the Coastguard assisted in the operation, which centred on the river and Rickerby Park nearby.
Cumbria Police said: “Police can confirm that a body has been found following a multi-agency search operation at the River Eden, near Stony Holme.
“Police received a report of concern for the welfare of a teenage boy who had entered the water at around 9pm yesterday by the North West Ambulance Service.”
River Eden flows from its source in high ground near the Lake District, through Cumbria and eventually reaches the Solway Firth, just past the Scottish border.