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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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Body found in hunt for missing walker in Cumbria

A body has been found by mountain rescuers searching for a 60-year-old man at Blencathra.

Keswick, Penrith and Cockermouth mountain rescue teams were involved in the search, which started yesterday after the man failed to return from a walk.

An RAF helicopter was also called out to help with a more detailed search once it was daylight today.

A body was found by a member of Keswick mountain rescue team on the north side of Sharp Edge, at Blencathra.

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