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Death of woman on Byron Bay beach not suspicious

POLICE investigating the discovery of a woman's body near Byron Bay do not believe the death is suspicious.

About 11.20am police were called to Tallow Beach after reports a body had been found in the sand dunes.

A crime scene was established and early indications suggest the death is not suspicious.

A post mortem examination will be conducted to formally establish the cause of her death.

 

Crime scene at Byron Bay after body find on beach

POLICE have established a crime scene at Tallow Beach, Byron Bay after the body of a woman was discovered there this morning.

Forensic specialists will soon be on the scene to try to determine the cause of the woman's death and collect clues.

At this stage, the woman's identity is unknown but police have said a port mortem examination will be conducted.


Anyone with information about the woman's death is urged to contact Tweed/Byron Local Area Command or Crime

Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

Body of woman found on Byron Bay beach

POLICE have confirmed the body of a woman was found on Tallow Beach at Suffolk Park this morning.

Reports that a woman had been found deceased on the beach to the left of the Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park came in at about 11.24am.

Paramedics and police rushed to the scene and on arrival they confirmed the woman was deceased.

Tweed Byron police Inspector Greg Jago is making is way to the scene.

More to come.

Topics:  body byron bay police



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