An underwater dive team from Avon and Somerset Police is on its way from Bristol to Bridgnorth to help search for a swimmer who went missing last night.
They will concentrate on a 100-metre stretch close to where the man was last seen near the old rowing club along the River Severn.
Experts say the water is 15 feet deep in places with strong currents.
Police have previously warned of the dangers of swimming in rivers, quarry pools and lakes during the hot weather.
Police say a 20-year-old man from the West Midlands is missing in Shropshire after he "got into difficulty" while in the River Severn with friends last night.
A full search was carried out last night and suspended due to poor light. It resumed again early this morning.
The search for a man last seen near the River Severn in Bridgnorth has resumed this morning.
The man was said to be last seen near the old Rowing Club yesterday evening.
The search for a swimmer seen in difficulties in the River Severn in Bridgnorth is due to resume this morning.
The man was said to be last seen near the old rowing club yesterday evening.
West Midlands Police called off the search last night after it became too dark to see.
Searches for a man - reportedly seen in the River Severn in Bridgnorth in Shropshire have ended.
Emergency crews were called out to an area near the old Rowing Club at around 5:30pm.
West Midlands Ambulance say no-one was found - and that crews were stood down because there was no daylight left.
The Emergency Services are searching the River Severn near Bridgnorth in Shropshire after reports of a man in the water.
A small amount of snow has started to fall across parts of the Midlands.
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The family of Bridgnorth murder victim Richard Sherratt paid tribute him.
Mr Sherratt's three adult children - Tom, Joseph and Jennie Sherratt - also thanked people for all the support and kind messages they had received since their father's death.
"We are deeply saddened by the loss of our father. He was a loving son, brother and father."He will always be remembered for his jovial spirit, strong character and generous nature."
Mr Sherratt, 57, who had recently moved to Bridgnorth from the Stourbridge area, was found dead at his home in Old School Mews, Bridgnorth on Thursday 14 June 2012.
Three people - a woman and two men - were arrested two days later and have appeared in court charged with his murder.
All three have been remanded in custody and will appear before Shrewsbury Crown Court on Monday 25 June 2012.