A teenage boy has drowned in a reservoir, police have said.
The youngster had reportedly got into difficulties while swimming with friends at Greenbooth Reservoir in Rochdale, Greater Manchester.
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Police were called to the moorland beauty spot at 17:55 BST. An underwater search team examined the area and later discovered the boy’s body.
The boy’s details have not been released and police said they did not believe his death was suspicious.
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A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said his family were aware and being supported by specially trained officers.
Det Ch Insp John Harris said: “My sincerest condolences are with the boy’s family at hearing this heart-wrenching news.
“We are working closely with our partners and witnesses to the incident to understand the circumstances.”
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