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Update: Search called off over report of body in the Southwold harbour

17:31 14 November 2012

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A SEARCH has been called off in Southwold following a report of a body in the harbour.

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Police, Yarmouth Coastguard, RNLI crews and the search and rescue helicopter from Wattisham were all involved in the search, which began at around 1.30pm following a report from a member of the public.

A spokesman from Wattisham said: “The search has been called off at 3.40pm as nothing has been found.”

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