A body believed to be that of a missing diver from Somerset has been recovered from a shipwreck in Dorset.
Dorset Police say they were told by the Coastguard around 9pm last night that the body thought to be Andy Moll from Taunton was found near Swanage.
The 56 year old father of four went missing after a dive on 24th May after he failed to resurface after a dive at the wreckage.
His next of kin have been informed.
A diver from Somerset who went missing off the coast of Dorset on Sunday has been named as father-of-four Andy Moll.
The search for Mr Moll was called off after a major search across a ten-mile area failed to find him. The British Sub-Aqua Club, of which Mr Moll has been an active member, described him as a "very experienced diver", as well as "well-respected" and "a family man" in an emotional tribute.
The search has been called off for a diver from Somerset who has gone missing off the coast of Dorset.
The diver, who's believed to be in his fifties and from Taunton, went missing on Sunday (May 24th). It's thought he was a member of a diving club in Bristol.
Despite a major search across a ten-mile area after a call to the UK Coastguard from the boat 'Emma J', the man hasn’t been found.
School children on the Somerset Levels have been given a unique lesson from top environment and weather experts, to learn why the area floods so often.
Pupils from North Curry primary near Taunton were taken on a trek from the source of the River Tone along its journey to the sea. Richard Lawrence joined them halfway, and got a panoramic view of the floods still dominating the landscape.
Fire crews have rescued two adults and a small child from the roof of a 4x4 trapped in floodwater in Somerset.
Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue were called to New Road in North Curry last night. They brought in the Specialist Rescue Team from Bridgwater who used a boat to bring the family to dry land.