Tributes have been left at an Oxford park where a body was discovered in the water.

Thames Valley Police received reports at around 7.45pm on Wednesday evening that a body had been seen in the water at Longbridges Nature Park.

Police officers, with support from Oxfordshire Search and Rescue, recovered a man’s body from this water.

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The body of a man in 70s, was located in the water by members of the public and was recovered a short time later.

Tributes were left at the site in the following days with bunches of flowers seen attached to the railings by the water.

The man has not yet been identified to the public but the force says that his death is being treated as unexplained but not suspicious.

A file will be prepared for the coroner while the man’s next of kin have been informed and they are being offered support by officers.

It is understood that Thames Valley Police has removed its appeal for information about a man who entered the water in Osney Mead on Tuesday, April 9.

Detective Inspector Krista Thompson of Oxford CID said: “Sadly, yesterday we discovered the body of a man in Longbridges Nature Park.

“Our thoughts remain with his family at this incredibly difficult time.

“I would like to thank our colleagues at Oxfordshire Search and Rescue for their assistance with recovery, as well as the members of the public who found him.”