After weeks of exhaustive searches within the Royal Nationwide Park, police have made a tragic discovery in dense bushland.
A police sniffer canine has situated a physique within the Royal Nationwide Park believed to be a 36-year-old man from Sydney’s inside west lacking for nearly a month.
Christopher Deep, a Royal Prince Alfred Hospital radiographer and outside fanatic, was reported lacking to Internal West Police Space Command on February 26.
The final confirmed sighting of him was CCTV imaginative and prescient from Loftus practice station on February 23 during which he was seen with a street bike and sporting train clothes and sun shades.
On Thursday, the physique of a person was situated in dense bushland within the Royal Nationwide Park by a sniffer canine hooked up to the NSW Police Power canine unit.
Police have but to formally determine the physique, however it’s believed to be that of Mr Deep.
The loss of life isn’t being handled as suspicious, and a report will likely be ready for the coroner.
The invention ends a number of large-scale searches that had been carried out throughout the Royal Nationwide Park in the course of the previous three weeks.