Police searching for missing Glee star Naya Rivera say a body has been found in a lake in southern California.
Rivera, 33, went missing on Wednesday after going boating with her four-year-old son at Lake Piru. He was found alone and asleep in the boat.
Divers and teams using sonar equipment resumed the search on Monday. Police have not given details, and a news conference will be held later.
Rivera is best known for playing the cheerleader Santana Lopez in Glee.
Her son told police they had gone swimming but the actress never returned. After a massive search and rescue operation found no trace of Rivera, police moved to a “search and recovery operation”.
They said she is believed to have drowned in a “tragic accident”.
Sgt Kevin Donoghue, a spokesman for Ventura County Sheriff Department, earlier told the BBC that they were “putting every available asset and resource” into the search.
That included using side-scanning sonar, divers, sniffer dogs, helicopters and remote-operated submarine vehicles equipped with cameras.
He added that Rivera’s son had seen his mother “disappear beneath the water”.
Who is Naya Rivera?
Rivera began her career as a child actress and model, appearing in TV commercials in the US.
As a four-year-old, she starred in the Royal Family sitcom on CBS and had a number of other TV appearances.
But it was playing cold-hearted Santana Lopez in Glee, the hugely popular musical comedy TV series, that made her a star.
In 2014, Rivera starred in the horror film At the Devil’s Door.
The same year she married fellow actor Ryan Dorsey – who is the father of her son. When the couple divorced in 2018, they were granted joint custody.