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The man found dead with his hands tied outside a Melbourne primary school has been identified

Revealed: The man found dead with his hands tied outside a Melbourne primary school as police launch a desperate search for his missing BMW

  • The body of a man was found near a primary school car park in Melbourne 
  • It was discovered on Friday morning after being spotted by passers-by 
  • Police have identified the man’s body as that of Michael Mammone, 47 
  • They are searching for his silver 2008 BMW Sedan registration XUD525

The body of Michael Mammone, 47 (pictured), was spotted by passers-by in a car park opposite Rangebank Primary School

A man whose body was found outside a Melbourne school has been identified, as police try and track down his missing car.

The body of Michael Mammone, 47, was spotted by passers-by in a car park at Donnelly Reserve on Lesdon Avenue, opposite Rangebank Primary School in Cranbourne, on Friday morning.

Police do not know when Mr Mammone’s body was left in the car park and want anyone who saw any suspicious activity in the area on Thursday or Friday to come forward.

Detectives are also searching for Mr Mammone’s silver 2008 BMW sedan with Victorian registration XUD525.

Photos of Mr Mammone and his car have been published by police.

Mr Mammone's missing silver BMW has Victorian number plates and police are searching for the vehicle

Mr Mammone’s missing silver BMW has Victorian number plates and police are searching for the vehicle

The Age has reported that Mr Mammone’s hands were tied when his body was discovered.

Drivers who were in the area and who may have dash-cam footage are also being asked to contact police.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Detectives are also searching for Mr Mammone's silver 2008 BMW sedan (pictured) amid hopes it could solve the mystery

Detectives are also searching for Mr Mammone’s silver 2008 BMW sedan (pictured) amid hopes it could solve the mystery

The discovery was made by members of the public in Cranbourne, in the city's south-east, at about 7.15am on Friday (pictured, police at the scene on Friday

The discovery was made by members of the public in Cranbourne, in the city’s south-east, at about 7.15am on Friday (pictured, police at the scene on Friday

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