The search for a swimmer who was reported missing near Biddeford Pool by a bystander was suspended Tuesday night, according to the Coast Guard.

It’s doubtful the search will resume Wednesday because there had been no official reports of missing people filed with authorities. The search was suspended around 8:45 p.m.

“We think it may have been an incorrect report. We don’t have anyone reported missing and there are no vehicles unaccounted for,” said Paul Conner, a spokesman for the Coast Guard station in South Portland.

A bystander notified authorities around 3:45 p.m. that he saw a man in a red bathing suit enter the water in the vicinity of the Biddeford Pool Yacht Club and swim for about 15 minutes before disappearing from the bystander’s view.

Coast Guard small-boat crews from South Portland and a MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Air Station Cape Cod were called in to search the area. The Maine Marine Patrol, Biddeford and Saco Fire departments, and a team of three state police divers searched the area for five hours.

“No substantial leads were found and there are currently no correlating reports of a missing person in the area,” the Coast Guard said in a statement.