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Body of missing man found in Jindabyne not being treated as suspicious

Dominic Giannini20 July 2020
ACT Police

A body of a missing man found in Jindabyne is not being treated as suspicious. Photo: File.

NSW Police believe they have located the body of a 19-year-old man who has been missing from Jindabyne since 1:00 am on Friday (17 July).

Police appealed for help in locating Koby Mitchell on Saturday after he was last seen leaving a hotel in Jindabyne early on Friday morning. Officers from the Monaro Police District were notified on Friday when the 19-year-old failed to contact relatives.

His car was found locked and secured at a campground on the Alpine Way.

The body was found at around noon yesterday, according to NSW Police. Although the body has not yet been formally identified, it is believed to be the missing man.

The death is not being treated as suspicious and a report will be prepared for the Coroner.

Koby Mitchell

Koby Mitchell has been missing since early Thursday morning. Photo: NSW Police.

Original Article published by Dominic Giannini on The RiotACT.

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bobby 11:47 pm 21 Jul 20

His body was found in public toilets 3 days after he went missing. during a busy weekend and with covid regulations how does it take 3 days to find him???

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