James Bennion search: Body found in Albert Dock

James Bennion Mr Bennion disappeared after a night out in Liverpool

A body recovered from a Liverpool dock is that of a man who went missing while on a night out in the city, police have confirmed.

The remains of James Bennion were found in Albert Dock during a police search on Thursday evening.

The 20-year-old, from Wavertree, was last seen in Canning Place in the early hours of Sunday.

Merseyside Police said his family had been notified and a post-mortem examination would take place.

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