The search for a man who was swept out to sea at Ramore Head in Portrush yesterday (Saturday) has been suspended temporarily because of the weather.
The police and coastguard operation resumed this morning (Sunday) however bad weather is hampering efforts.
It is understood the 38-year-old is a Polish national and was fishing on rocks at Ramore Head.
Police have warned members of the public not to place themselves in danger by joining the search.Chris Little, station officer at Coleraine coastguard, said: “A very intensive search was carried out all over the area adjacent to Ramore Head and expanded out eastwards and westwards as the search progressed.
“However, as yet no trace has been found of the missing man.”
Meanwhile, a 45-year-old man remains in a critical condition after being rescued from the water in Portstewart.
The Irish coastguard helicopter winched the man to safety on Saturday evening and was taken to the Causeway Hospital in Coleraine.