Body found at Ocean Shores

POLICE will prepare a report for the Coroner following the discovery of a man’s body at Ocean Shores on the state’s north coast.
 
About 8am today, a co-ordinated search utilising a specialised police dog commenced in bushland.
 
About 12.55pm, human remains and a number of personal items were located near Oola Place.
 
The body has not been positively identified and investigations are continuing.
 
Since Wednesday, January 20, police from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command have conducted a series of searches for a 70-year-old man.
 
Kevin Kirk was last seen walking his dog through the Ferry Reserve Caravan Park at Brunswick Heads at 9.30am on Monday, January 18.


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