Missing hunter's body recovered off Cumbrian coast

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Paul Larkin
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Mr Larkin was shooting wildfowl with his son before he went missing

The body of man who went missing while out hunting on a marsh in Cumbria has been found.

Paul Larkin, 53, from Barrow, was shooting wildfowl with his son and another man on Angerton Marsh near Kirkby-in-Furness on Saturday.

He failed to meet the others in his group at an arranged location, sparking a widespread search.

Mr Larkin's body was recovered off the shore at Millom Pier in Haverigg, near Borwick Rails, on Tuesday.

His family has been informed.

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