A body has been found in the hunt for a missing man who went missing during Storm Angus.
Russell Sherwood, 69, from Cilfrew in Neath, went missing while travelling to collect his wife from Ewenny, Bridgend, early on Sunday morning.
Due to the treacherous weather conditions and flooding along the route he would have travelled, it was believed his vehicle had entered the River Ogmore.
A silver Ford Focus thought to belong to Mr Sherwood was found in the River Ogmore on Tuesday.
Police divers entered the river when the search for Mr Sherwood resumed at first light this morning.
A recovery operation is underway and South Wales Police say enquiries to identify the body will follow in due course.
Mr Sherwood’s family have been informed of the discovery and are being updated and supported by specially trained officers.
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