Mystery surrounds the identity and death of a man whose body washed up on popular Adelaide beach
- A man’s lifeless body found washed up on Adelaide beach on Friday evening
- Police were seen searching the beach for evidence and knocking on houses
- The cause of death remains unknown, as does the man’s age or identity
A man’s body has tragically been found washed up on a beach.
The grisly discovery was made just after 9.30pm on Friday at a beach at Glenelg North in Adelaide, The Advertiser reported.
The cause of death of the man remains unknown, as does his age and identity.
A male swimmer’s lifeless body was found washed up on a beach on Friday evening (pictured: Glenelg North)
Detectives and forensic services were seen searching the stretch of beach where the body was discovered.
One police officer was spotted holding a fishing rod which was taken to a police car.
Investigators were also seen knocking on the doors of nearby homes at the beach.
Investigations are ongoing.
Glenelg North is a seaside suburb of Adelaide in South Australia.
Investigators were also seen knocking on the doors of nearby homes at the beach (stock)