A body has been recovered from the River Shannon during the search for a man missing from Limerick City.
The discovery was made at around 1.50 this afternoon by members of Bunratty Search and Rescue.
The search was mounted last Wednesday after a man was reported to have entered the river at Thomond weir in the city.
The initial search involved Limerick City Fire and Rescue Service, Limerick Marine Search and Rescue and the Shannon based Irish Coast Guard helicopter, Rescue 115.
Several volunteer search and rescue groups continued the search since the alarm was first raised.
River and shoreline searches were conducted while dive teams also took part in the operation. Staff at the ESB power station at Ardnacrusha in Clare facilitated the search by reducing the flow of water to ensure the safety of divers.
Members of the Limerick Land Search Team also took part in the search while Shannon Estuary Mud Search and Rescue team deployed a drone at the weekend as part of the operation.
Bunratty Search and Rescue Service had also been involved in the search and a team located a body from the River Shannon near Mungret at around 1.50 this afternoon.
The body, which has not been formally identified, was recovered from the water and taken to the boathouse in Bunratty where Gardaí from Shannon were waiting.
Formal identification and a post-mortem examination will take place at University Hospital Limerick.