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Dyfed Powys Police has updated ITV Wales on the search for a missing 54-year-old man believed to have fallen into the River Usk in Brecon.
Inspector James Davies said several lines of inquiry are being followed and officers are liaising with the man's family.
The search has now been postponed due to dangerous conditions.
Emergency services have postponed their search for a 54-year-old man believed to have fallen into the River Usk at Llanfaes Bridge in Brecon.
Rescuers say they must wait for the swollen and fast-flowing waters to subside before carrying out further searches along the riverbank.
The search has involved teams from Mid and West Wales Fire & Rescue, Brecon Mountain Rescue and an RAF Search and Rescue helicopter since the alarm was raised in the early hours of this morning.
Police have been carrying out inquiries in the town to see if they can locate the missing man as there is still a chance he might not have fallen into the water.
Rescuers and emergency services have spent the morning searching for a 54-year-old man thought to have fallen into a section of the River Usk, near Brecon.
David Wood reports from the scene.
Dyfed Powys Police have confirmed the rescue operation for a missing man, thought to have fallen into the River Usk, is ongoing.
A 54-year-old local man is believed to have fallen into the river near Llanfaes Bridge, Brecon in the early hours of the morning.
Rescuers have mounted a search for a person who is thought to be in the River Usk near Brecon.
Two swift water teams from Brecon and Hay-on-Wye are also involved in the operation, which is focusing on the area around Llanfaes Bridge.
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A man thought to have fallen into the river at Llanfaes Bridge in Brecon on Friday morning has been named as 54 year-old Steve Moore.
The search for a missing man believed to have fallen into a Brecon river has resumed this morning after being called off yesterday.