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Bryce Gray's Body Recovered In Tchesinkut Lake

08/04/2015 05:13 EDT | Updated 08/04/2016 05:59 EDT
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Early morning in the forest called Drammensmarka. Low morning fog covered the water a few hours, but eventually the sun appeared. It was a quiet and very nice morning in the forest.
BURNS LAKE, B.C. — The body of a teenager has been pulled from a lake in northwestern B.C., ending a nearly week-long search.

Burns Lake RCMP say crews using Sonar and an underwater camera located the body of 17-year-old Bryce Gray in Tchesinkut Lake on August 1.

Divers went into the lake, 16 kilometres south of Burns Lake, on Sunday and recovered Gray's body.

The teen was last seen on the lake on July 28.

His empty boat was found the next day, with the motor missing.

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