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May 12, 2021

Man’s body found on Brunswick Heads beach

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Police are not treating the death of a man whose body was found on Brunswick Heads beach adjacent to the surf club early on Friday morning as suspicious.

Police believe the middle-aged man may have collapsed while walking on the beach.

A NSW Ambulance Service spokesperson said paramedics had attended the scene and, having identified the man had died, passed the matter over to police.

Acting inspector Warwick Rhodes of Tweed-Byron local area command told Echenetdaily police late on Friday had yet to identify the body or determine a cause of death.

 

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