- Body has been found in the search for a man who went missing after bridge jump
- An extensive search was underway for a missing man, 23, at Como Railway
- Police were told he had been jumping into the water but had failed to resurface
- NSW Ambulance said six crews were on the scene, as well as a rescue helicopter
A body has been found following the disappearance of a man who went missing after jumping off a bridge in New South Wales.
Emergency services were called to the scene at Como Railway Bridge, north of Como Marina, about 1.35pm Tuesday, following accounts a 23-year-old person was in trouble in the water.
Police announced they had found a body they believe to be the man on Tuesday afternoon just after 4pm.
An extensive search is underway at Como Railway Bridge in south Sydney after reports a 23-year-old man jumped into the water but had failed to resurface
Officers from the Sutherland Local Area Command and the Marine Area Command with the assistance of NSW Ambulance paramedics and the Ambulance Rescue helicopter have been searching for the man.
A report will be prepared for the coroner, and police are asking anyone with more information to come forward.
New South Wales Ambulance told Daily Mail Australia that six ambulance crews were on the scene, as well as a rescue helicopter and special operations unit.
Police were told a number of local people had been jumping off the bridge when the man went missing.
A search and rescue operation was underway, with police from Sutherland and the Marine Area Command also involved.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Police were told a number of local people had been jumping off the bridge (pictured) when the man went missing, with New South Wales Ambulance telling Daily Mail Australia six ambulance crews were on the scene, as well as a rescue helicopter and special operations unit