Police are treating the death of a man whose body was found in the River Avon in Bath as unexplained.
Emergency crews were called to the river near Avon Street Car Park at 9.30pm last night, 6 June. The body of a man in his 60s was recovered from the water.
Officers say they do not believe there are any suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.
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Police are renewing their appeal for any information regarding missing Bath teenager Connor Jarvis.
Connor, 19, was due to return from a solo trip to Marrakech on 28 May but was not on board his flight.
People are being asked to share this appeal in the hope that Connor sees it and contacts his family, friends or police to say he is safe and well.
- Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting Operation Highlighter
- Connor's family have also set up a dedicated contact line 07802 875085
We are missing Connor so much and every day which passes makes us more and more anxious.
We are doing all we can to try to locate him but at the moment we have had no sightings of him
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Tory MPs Jacob Rees-Mogg (backing Leave) and Neil Parish (backing Remain) taking questions from country landowners on the opening day of the Bath and West Show.
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These umbrellas have gone up in Southgate in Bath - they're part of an art installation but may well be needed as heavy rain is forecast.
They are turning quite a few heads - including that of viewer Keith Mead from Melksham who spotted them on a visit to the city.