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´╗┐Distraught Blackburn family gathers at canal as body is found Mr Young's mother Jacqueline Marsden, 52, who lives in Livesey Branch Road, nike boots said her family had feared the worst when a dog walker reported seeing a body in the Leeds and Liverpool Canal yesterday morning. She said: "We are in such turmoil not knowing where David is. I thought that it must have been his body. Mr Young, a 28 year old father nike d tack demolition gloves of six year old twin boys, has not been seen since he was in Albion Street near to the canal bridge on October 17 around 10.30pm. Police divers nike golf using sonar equipment had searched parts of the canal after witnesses said Mr Young was on the road, walking in a disorientated state. Family and friends have also organised further searches and made appeals for information. Mrs Marsden said: "I am an absolute mess. This has been going on for a month now. "But it does give us a little bit of hope. If it was not him, it means he could still be alive and that is a relief for me." Mrs Marsden said she found out about the discovery of the body after a family friend called to let her know about police activity at the canal. She said she called officers who confirmed they had found a body. She then anxiously waited by her phone for news. Some of Mr Young's friends, as well as his brother, went to the canal. Close friend 24 year old Zoe Parkinson, who was amongst those at the canalside, said: "I got told that a body had been found so we all went down hoping and praying it wasn't David, which it wasn't. Insp David Ashcroft said: "Police received a call around 8am reporting a body in the Leeds Liverpool canal at Blackburn, opposite the old Infirmary on Bolton Road. "Officers are still trying to establish the circumstances around exactly what has happened. The death is not being treated as suspicious at this stage and is thought to have been a tragic accident. "We are trying to piece together his movements on Tuesday evening but at this stage believe that Mr Ashe had been out in Blackburn town centre for a drink with his brother and was walking home along the canal path."