Missing hunter's body recovered off Cumbrian coast

Published
image captionMr 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.

More on this story

Related Internet Links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.