The search for a Polish man feared drowned off the rocks at Ramore Head in Portrush last month has been called off.
Jaroslaw Andrykiewicz, 38, is believed to have been swept into the sea while fishing on September 14.
A major search operation was launched for the Moy resident, with several family members travelling from Poland to Northern Ireland.
Chair of Coleraine Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP), Councillor Sam Cole, said his sympathies are with the family of Mr Andrykiewicz.
“This is a very unfortunate and tragic event which has caused immense distress to this young man’s family.
“The incident acts as a stark reminder for everyone to exercise extreme caution when taking part in any activities in close proximity to the sea or indeed any waterways within the borough.”
A spokesperson for the RNLI also reiterated their safety message, urging people to assess the risk when in or near water.
“The RNLI want everyone to enjoy the coast and the sea, and to give the water the respect it deserves.
“The charity advises that when people are at the coast, they stay away from the edges of cliffs, stick to marked pathways and read safety signage.”