Belfast Telegraph

New appeal in efforts to identify man found dead on Bray beach

Gardai have issued a third appeal to help identify a man who was found dead on Bray beach last month.

The dead man, described as just over 6ft tall and thin for his height at just 60.1kg or nine stone 4lbs, is believed to have washed up beside rocks at the northern end of the seafront.

He was not carrying any cards that could help identify him and had no distinguishing marks or tattoos on his body.

Gardai issued a series of photographs of the belongings the man had with him and the clothes he was wearing.

His body was discovered on March 27 2017 and two public appeals have already been made with no information yet that could identify him.

Officers believe the man was in his early 40s and he had blue eyes, a very slim build and dark brown hair greying around the temple.

Gardai said he was wearing a green and brown camouflage jacket, blue jeans and black runner boots and a pair of glasses was also found with the body.

He was found with a brown and green camouflage rucksack.

Gardai urged anyone with information to contact officers in Bray on 01-6665300, or to use the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or call to any other station.


From Belfast Telegraph