The search for a teenager missing after diving on a wreck off the south coast has been called off.
Helicopters and coastguard boats scoured the scene
Portland coastguard spent all day Sunday searching for Jemma Stevens after she went missing off Lyme Bay, Dorset.
The crew from the boat "The Quiet Moment" lost contact with the 19-year-old as she was surfacing at about 0830 BST.
Ms Stevens, from the Lyme Bay Diving Club, was diving with two other people when she failed to come back up.
Two coastguard helicopters and lifeboats searched the area around the wreck of "The Pomeranian", a liner torpedoed in 1918.
Jim Anderson, Portland Coastguard Watch Manager, said: "We covered four different search areas and found nothing."
Although the search has been called off, coastguard patrols will continue to keep a look out for Ms Stevens throughout Monday.