Police searched part of the Humber estuary on the fourth day of their investigation into the disappearance of a man with a hull.
Charlie Allan, 21, was last seen in the early hours of Sunday morning after spending the night at Spiders nightclub on Cleveland Street.
Research has already taken place in the River Hull, near where it was last seen and near The Deep and today, naval research teams have moved away from the city to explore an area of the estuary closest to Spurn Point.
No further updates have been released by the Humberside police, who are conducting investigations to find Charlie.
CCTV images captured a man who appeared to fall into the water near where he was last seen, indicating police investigations in the direction of the city’s waterways.
Charlie’s family has been informed of the development.
The coast guard was seen scouring the river hull on Monday after being drafted to assist the marine police unit in the search.
The latest news on Charlie Allan’s research is available here
The force also launched an appeal for the filming of dash cams around 3 am on Sunday in the Bankside area of Hull.
Providing their latest update on Monday, Superintendent Matthew Peach said: “Since it was reported that Charlie was missing, our investigations have included completing extensive research in the area, talking to friends who were out with Charlie on Saturday.
“We also talked to family members and reviewed CCTV from all the possible routes Charlie might have taken after leaving the club and unfortunately he has not returned home.
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“As part of these ongoing investigations, CCTV footage has been recovered showing a person walking alone in the Wincolmlee area before they appear to fall into the river.
“At the moment, we can’t definitively identify the person, but Charlie’s family has been updated that we are considering the possibility that this could be Charlie.
“We are doing everything we can to support Charlie’s family and keep them up to date with our research and continue to ask members of the public to share all the information they have about Charlie’s evening.”
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