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The body of a British man, who went missing in Amsterdam has been found in a canal - Dutch police have confirmed.
30-year-old Richard Cole, from Dursley in Gloucestershire, had been travelling from Copenhagen to Assen via the Dutch capital when he went missing.
He'd been in the Thorbeckeplein area of the city at about 2am UK time on January 25 when he vanished.
His body was found using sonar equipment and recovered by police divers after a tracker dog became "restless" around the Herengracht canal.
It was identified by Mr Cole's brother Lee who had gone to Amsterdam to visit bars and distribute leaflets as part of the search.
The Dutch police will continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding Richard’s death and detectives from Gloucestershire will be liaising with them in order to provide information to the coroner’s office.
Richard has been formally identified by his brother Lee"
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30-year-old Richard Cole from Dursely had been travelling from Copenhagen to Assen via the Dutch capital when he disappeared.
He was last seen in the early hours of January 25, where he spoke to his girlfriend on the phone.
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