Bodies of two men recovered from River Thames

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The bodies of two young men have been pulled from the River Thames in Surrey.

Surrey Police were called to Penton Hook Lock near Staines on Wednesday afternoon.

Surrey officers and a dive team from Sussex Police recovered the body of a man in his 20s that day.

Searches for the second man were called off after dark but resumed at first light and his body was recovered on Thursday afternoon. Neither of the men has yet been formally identified.

Police said the second man was thought to be in his late teens or early 20s.

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