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Mystery surrounds the death of a man whose body was found washed up on  an Adelaide beach

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)

Investigators were also seen knocking on the doors of nearby homes at the beach (stock)



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