A man's body has been found in the water off the East Coast.
It is believed to be the body of a diver who went missing in The Gardens area, sparking a search.
The man in his 30s failed to return to a diving group on February 12 and emergency services were told soon after 8pm.
Inspector Luke Manhood said the group had been diving about 50 metres from shore.
"A search effort involving the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and local volunteers was launched yesterday evening, and recommenced at first light this morning," he said at 10.36am on February 13.
"Sadly, a man's body was located underwater a short time ago, in the vicinity of where the group had been diving."
"Our thoughts are with the man's family and loved ones, and formal identification will be completed in due course."
A report would be prepared for the coroner.
EARLIER: A diver is missing off Tasmania's East Coast.
"The diver did not return to the group they were with yesterday evening, and a search involving the Westpac Rescue Helicopter was initiated," Tasmania Police said at 6.37am on February 13.
The search is near The Gardens, north of St Helens.
Police said it was continuing.
More updates would be provided when available.