A body that was recovered in Shuswap River last week has been identified as a missing Enderby teen.
Daniel Linz, 17, was reported missing on May 28 when he failed to come home.
Linz had been partying with friends at Riverside Park on May 27.
Search and rescue teams swept the river in the days following.
The coroner has ruled the cause of death as drowning.
RCMP have revealed more details surrounding the dissapaerance of a missing Enderby teen. Officers were notified Saturday morning that 17-year-old Daniel Linz was missing. RCMP spokesperson, Gord Molendyk, says Linz was at the Riverside RV Park, in Enderby. He had consumed alcohol with friends overnight on May 27, he fell asleep and that's the last his friends remember. "In the morning his family went to the RV Park and found Daniel's backpack, hoodie, and toque beside a picnic table." "It is not like Linz to not come home," says Molendyk. Linz was with his brother, and several friends at the RV Park. "They all thought he had gone off home." Vernon Search and Rescue and the RCMP conducted searches of the river and shoreline unsuccessfully on Sunday.