continues along Burnham's coastline for missing Dylan Cecil
and hovercraft crews carried out further searches of the mudflats
at low tide in Burnham-On-Sea this afternoon (Tuesday) as the
search for the body of missing four year-old boy Dylan Cecil continued.
searched Stert Island, the river estuaries around Burnham, plus
nearby beaches in Brean and Berrow with no sight of the toddler,
who went missing on Sunday evening after slipping from the town's
search involved a dozen volunteers from BARB (Burnham Area Rescue
Boat) and Burnham Coastguard with further searches also planned
by Burnham RNLI's lifeboat crews.
Newey, Coastguard Sector Manager, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The
formal search was called off on Monday, but smaller searches are
continuing in the recovery phase of this incident."
telescope enthusiast Greg Dye-Hodge Beardsley was also asked to
scour Stert Island for the Coastguard on Tuesday afternoon.
local boat owner Tom Wedlake also went along the river estuary
towards Bridgwater in his craft last night and again on Tuesday.