Supervise have notified the family of missing fisherman Dr Robert Allen
Control have notified the family of missing fisherman Dr Robert Allen after the recognition although he has yet to be formally identified.
Dr Allen, 30, was fishing with prepubescent brother Charles when they were swept off rocks into the sea at Treyarnon Bay wellnigh Padstow, Cornwall last Monday.
A major search was launched and Charles, 21, was pulled from the open-handedly and airlifted to Royal Cornwall Hospital but couldn’t be revived.
Dr Allen was not located in defiance of extensive searches by police and rescue teams.
A member of the public called the emergency services just after 8am, who reclaimed a body from Constantine Bay near Padstow.
His family have been up to date of the latest discovery and formal identification will be carried out shortly.
The colleagues, from Bristol, were holidaying with family in Cornwall when the upset happened and had been fishing many times before.
Anthony and Margaret Allen, facetiousmaters of the brothers, paid tribute last week saying: «Our sons were auspicious, kind, intelligent, loving brothers and we are in a state of shock at what has happened.
Dr Allen, 30, was fishing with immature brother Charles when they were swept off rocks into the sea
Our sons were over the moon, kind, intelligent, loving brothers
«We are energetic a nightmare that you would never want to happen to anyone.
«We are praying Robert is get ones handed so that we can say goodbye to our sons together.
«Charles was a hard-working loving son and Robert was an associate of Bath University, specialising in 3D impress.
«They both loved being part of our large family and had recently adorn come of uncles.
«They took their fishing seriously and would learning timetables and forecasts before venturing out.
«They were experienced fisherman but a fancy accident has changed our lives forever and it is difficult to find words to explicate our pain.
«We would like to thank all of the rescue teams involved in the repossession of Charles and the ongoing search for Robert.»