A body has been found and recovered from the River Wear, after the full-scale search operation at Bishop Auckland, Durham Police say.
No formal identification has been made. More details are expected to be released in the morning.
Emergency services are continuing to search for a missing male in the River Wear at Bishop Auckland.
The area at Paradise Park is popular with teenagers.
It is understood that several people have been rescued but one swimmer is still missing.
Officers are supporting the families involved.
Police say a search of the River Wear is taking place for a missing person.
The operation is centred on Paradise Park in the Witton Park area, west of Bishop Auckland.
Three people have been rescued from the river but it is understood that a fourth, who is believed to be male, is missing.
Police, fire, air ambulance personnel and fell rescuers are at the scene.
Durham Police say officers are supporting the families of those involved.
Emma brings you Sunday night's pollen forecast for the North East region.
Emma brings you Sunday night's forecast for the North East region.
Northern Powergrid says electricity has now been restored to more than five hundred homes across the North East.
Lightning strikes and rain affected nearly seven hundred homes overnight.
More than a hundred properties are being reconnected in Darlington this afternoon.
A further 62 homes in Morpeth are expected to have power restored at around 7pm.
The body of Lisa Burbidge from Whickham, who was killed in the terrorist shootings in Tunisia, is being flown home to the UK.
Thirty-eight people - including 30 Britons - were killed when gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire in the resort of Sousse.
The final five bodies of the British victims are being flown to RAF Brize Norton.
A minute's silence was observed across the UK yesterday to honour the victims.
Thundery rain clearing away to the north first thing on Saturday.
Another fine and dry day to follow with sunny spells developing, and again it will be very warm.
Maximum Temperature 24°C.