A body has been recovered during the search for a missing man since Saturday.
The discovered was made at around 11.20am today at Quay Island in the Shannon Estuary south of Bunratty.
A multi-agency search was mounted on Saturday afternoon amid concerns for a local man in his 50’s.
The locally based Bunratty Search and Rescue unit launched a search of the area assisted by dozens of locals
On Sunday morning, the Shannon based search and rescue helicopter joined the search.
Volunteers from the Killaloe, Doolin and Kilkee units of the Irish Coast Guard were also brought in to help.
Later, members of Clare Civil Defence and the Limerick Land Search Team joined the operation while the Kilrush RNLI lifeboat was also tasked to the scene to carry out a water search.
The search was called off this morning following confirmation that a body had been located by members of Bunratty Search and Rescue Unit.
The body, believed to be that of a man, was pronounced dead at the scene by a doctor and later removed to University Hospital Limerick where a postmortem will take place.