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A CANOEIST who was presumed drowned after he went missing more than five years ago has walked into a police station.
The shattered remains of John Darwin's red canoe were found washed up on a beach in Seaton Carew, near Hartlepool, Teesside, in March 2002. An extensive search was launched, but no trace was ever found of Mr Darwin, who was then aged 51.
Cleveland Police said Mr Darwin, a married father of two, walked into the West End Central police station in London at around 5:30pm on Saturday.
A police spokesman said: "It is not known where he has spent the last 5½ years." He added: "Mr Darwin is fit and well and relatives have been informed of his whereabouts."