The body of a man in his 20s has been recovered from a lake at a popular tourist attraction near Cirencester.
It is believed the man, who was from Wiltshire, had entered the lake at The Cotswold Water Park on Tuesday 23 July.
Witnesses said he was looking for his dog.
Hundreds of visitors were evacuated from the family attraction just outside Cirencester as police, fire and ambulance crews searched the water.
Staff at nearby Cotswold Country Park and Beach were also assisting the emergency services as they use their beach to mount the rescue.
It is believed the man failed to resurface while in Lake 32 - one of 150 lakes - shortly after 1.40pm on Tuesday July 23.
A Gloucestershire Police spokesperson confirmed they had found the man's body earlier tonight.
South Western Ambulance Service also sent a number of resources to the scene, including a hazardous area response team.
The park is leased by Cotswold Water Park Trust and run by a separate management company.
The site includes two lakes, one with a small beach for swimming and boats to hire and another with an inflatable water park.