A search has begun in Cornwall after a lift raft, life jacket and spinnaker pole were washed up in the Whitsand Bay area.
The debris were spotted over the weekend and prompted the Coastguard to begin a search on the south coast.
Coastguard rescue teams from Tamar and Looe and four RNLI lifeboats from the Plymouth and Looe areas are now searching for any further debris or wreckage.
No vessel has been reported missing or in trouble at the moment.
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