The search for the body of a diver, which was spotted on the seabed off Brixham, continued today but was abandoned this afternoon.
The coastguard helicopter, RNLI crews and police divers were all called out to look for the body, which was sighted near Breakwater Beach on Thursday.
The search is due to resume this morning for the body of a diver on the seabed off Devon.
The alarm was raised yesterday at lunchtime after experienced divers reported the sighting near Breakwater Beach in Brixham. A large air and sea search was called off at dusk but police say it will begin again, depending on the tides. Nobody has so far been reported missing.
A large-scale air and sea search has been taking place in Devon today after reports that the body of a diver was seen on the sea bed off a beach in Brixham.
The search was abandoned at dusk but police say it will resume in the morning. Jacquie Bird has this report.
A large search is underway this evening following reports that the body of a diver was seen lying on the sea bed off a beach in Brixham.
The police and coastguard rescue helicopter was deployed along with police divers. Breakwater car park has been closed.
Five teenagers have been arrested after a huge fire at a disused holiday camp in Brixham. A 15-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of arson. A 16-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy have been arrested on suspicion of arson and criminal damage to property.
And a 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of causing criminal damage to property. All five have been bailed until August pending further enquiries.
Three young men have been arrested on suspicion of arson after a huge fire at a disused holiday camp in Brixham in South Devon. Fire crews have spent the evening damping down after the blaze started this afternoon. Richard Lawrence reports.
Firefighters are tackling a major fire in Brixham tonight.
At least 6 fire crews have been called to the scene at the former Pontins site at the Wall Park Holiday Park. Residents are being advised to keep their windows closed.
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An inquest begins in Torquay later today into the death of a school girl from Brixham.
14 year old Izzy Dix was found hanged at her home in September. It's thought she took her own life after being bullied at school and online.
Her death led to calls for the Ask.fm website she used to be shut down.
The Prime Minister has promised a Brixham Mother whose daughter died after being bullied on line, that he'll do everything he can to crackdown on cyberbullies.
In a letter to Gabbi Dix, the mother of 14-year old Izzy, he says he will do everything he can to put pressure on those that own, run and leave messages on sites.